The owners of Café Asia have officially signed a ten-year lease to occupy the commercial restaurant space at 733 10th Street with their newest concept, Umaya. Umaya is a contemporary Japanese izakaya restaurant that promises to delight diners with an authentic menu and lively ambiance. The restaurant will be izakaya-style, focusing on Japanese street food and small plates including ramen, grilled skewered meats, sushi and maki. Umaya is scheduled to open spring 2015. Stayed tuned for more updates!
Media Contact: Sandra Hurtado, Quinn & Co., 212.868.1900 x362, email@example.com Jamestown Properties Achieves LEED CS v 2.0 GOLD Certification for 733 10th Street in Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. (October 2012) – Jamestown Properties and its Green Street Properties sustainability arm celebrate LEED CS v 2.0 GOLD certification by the U.S. Green Building Council for 733 10th Street, an office and retail development in Washington, D.C.’s East End submarket. Using the Core and Shell 2.0 rating system, 733 10th Street has showcased a positive impact on its environmental footprint and represents a replicable model for greening mixed-use real estate. Equipped with storm water collection systems, water-efficient landscaping, urban heat island prevention and light pollution reduction practices, the development is leading its urban neighbors to a greener future with practical upgrades and operations improvements, including:
- Light pollution reduction with automatic timers to switch off non-emergency interior and exterior lighting after 11p.m.
- Energy savings through lighting retrofits including low-wattage T8 garage lighting and other technologies
- Demand-control ventilation with carbon dioxide sensors in the return air stream to reduce energy used to operate circulation fans
- Efficient plumbing fixtures for toilets, sinks and showers reducing the amount of wastewater generated per use
- Building-wide recycling and green supply sourcing
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