Walmart – Fort Totten

Client: Walmart
Location: Washington D.C.

CBG Building Company (CBG) finished its construction on Fort Totten Square in June of 2015, including a 345-unit apartment complex, 130,000 square feet of retailers including an urban-format Walmart near the Fort Totten Subway. Fort Totten Square is CBG’s second mixed-use Walmart project with the JBG Companies, following completion of 77H near Union Station in January 2014.

Four blocks from the Station, Fort Totten Square allows for access to the city and suburbs via the Red, Yellow, and Green Lines. The transit-based area is meant to transform South Dakota and Riggs Road into the new commercial hub of the neighborhood, furthering the evolution of the envisioned “transit village” in the up-and-coming Fort Totten community.

“It brings us great pride to deliver our second Walmart community with JBG,” says Keith Anderson, president of CBG. “From the earliest days of design, this has been an exciting product and we are delighted to help bring it to life.”


Architectural Design
Master Planning
Sustainable Design/ LEED
Preliminary Design
Schematic Design
Interior Design
Design Development
Construction Documentation
Construction Administration


Conference & Deal Making
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Philadelphia, PA

We’re going to be at the ICSC PA/NJ/DE Conference & Deal Making event and would like to meet with you. We’re working with a variety of developers and real estate firms across the US and given the opportunity, would like to show you what we can do.


Sep 2019

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During his tenure at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and after earning his Bachelor of Architecture, Tom has spent close to Thirty Years in planning, design, construction and contract administration for a wide range of large and small-scale projects. He joined the company in early 1997 and as one of MMA’s Principals, he has been responsible for overseeing the growth and success of the educational design studio for the last two decades. His responsibilities include contract generation, establishing budgets for hard and soft costs, design consultant coordination, and overseeing construction administration and project close-out. Tom attributes his success to his attention to detail, and his ability to work effectively with all stakeholders.