Washington, DC – June 25, 2013 – Shake Shack will officially open its doors today at 11:00am at 800 F Street, NW in Downtown DC’s Historic Row. The restaurant will occupy 3,200 SF in the Douglas Development-owned property, The International Spy Museum, next to the recently opened American brasserie, NoPA Kitchen + Bar.
This will be Shake Shack’s third Washington, DC location. Shake Shack opened its first Washington, DC restaurant in May 2011 at the Douglas Development property, 1216 18th Street, NW in DuPont Circle.
Douglas Development Principal, Norman Jemal comments on Shake’s Shack’s new F Street restaurant: “It will be a great addition to Penn Quarter and I believe, one of the restaurant’s most successful locations. We look forward to working with Shake Shack for many years to come.”
Douglas Development is also getting ready to welcome two other restaurants in Chinatown later this summer. The self-serve frozen yogurt shop, FroZenYo will open on July 3rd at 712 7th Street NW followed by the Mexican restaurant, Lime Fresh Mexican Grill on August 21st at 726 7th Street NW.
About Douglas Development
Douglas Development Corporation is the largest private property owner in the Washington, DC region and offers a fully integrated real estate company featuring a portfolio of commercial office, retail and residential mixed used properties. The company has completed more than 180 successful redevelopment projects and is a leading force in the revitalization of the District of Columbia. Currently, Douglas Development owns and manages more than 8 million square feet of real estate and has more than 4 million square feet of developable property in the pipeline. Founded by Douglas Jemal in 1985, the company has a passion to preserve and redevelop historic buildings including iconic properties like the Woodward & Lothrop flagship building and Chinatown’s historic row across from the Verizon Center. For more information about the company, please visit www.douglasdevelopment.com or follow @douglasdevdc on Twitter and Like Douglas Development Corporation on Facebook.