The Washington Post 2018.11.20 — The Rushmore

Larry Brown of Evergreen Private Finance is interviewed for a write-up in the Washington Post as construction continues on The Rushmore.

Urban Turf 2018.03.08 — 2nd & K PUD Development

SGA presented vision on behalf of project owners for PUD development near the existing Burnham Place development and the historic Uline Arena (now home to REI).

Washington Post 2017.04.04 — Brookes Ridge

Deborah K. Dietsch interviews Lindsay Reishman of Compass Realty about SGA’s development of the Howard K. Smith estate overlooking the Potomac River.

Washington Post 2017.02.24 — 2715 and 2709 N Street NW

Kathy Orton interviews Sas about the re-purposing of 2715 and 2709 N Street NW in DC’s historic Georgetown.

Washington Post 2016.10.07 — Bradley Boulevard House

Kathy Orton interviews Sas and his wife Anne about their home.

Urban Turf 2016.07.01 — The Rushmore & Shotgun House

Sas Gharai of SGA presented to community member of Capitol Hill, plans to develop a multifamily building with mixed-in retail that will preserve and incorporate a historic shotgun house.

Washington Post 2015.07.03 — Massachusetts Ave. NW

The original owner/builder of this 1980’s American University Park home was a doctor who had included exam rooms and a lab inside. These were converted to inviting living space in SGA’s redesign and renovation of the property.

Urban Turf 2015.03.25 — Alexander Hall

Short write-up of SGA’s “restovation” and re-purposing of the historic Alexander Memorial Baptist Church building and former home of the acclaimed astronomer, Asaph Hall, at 2709 and 2715 N Street NW in Georgetown.