Washington, D.C. — Three national retailers have signed leases for space at Shops at Dakota Crossing, a 430,000-square-foot, Class A retail center under construction in Washington, D.C.’s Fort Lincoln neighborhood.
Dick’s Sporting Goods, PetSmart and an unnamed national retailer signed long-term leases to occupy a combined 85,500 square feet at the center, which is currently anchored by Costco and Lowe’s Home Improvement. This will be the first Dick’s Sporting Goods in Washington, D.C. Construction on the final phases of Shops at Dakota Crossing has started with a scheduled completion date in the fourth quarter of 2016. Following the lease deals, the retail center is more than 87 percent leased. Lisa Stoddard and Kristen Braun of CBRE are the leasing agents for Shops at Dakota Crossing on behalf of the developers, Trammell Crow Co., Fort Lincoln New Town Corp. and CSG Urban Partners.