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Whether you’re a land owner looking to sell property, an owner looking for fee based development and construction services, an investor wanting to diversify your holdings portfolio, or a lender or broker in the commercial property arena, Sitka Residential has a solution for you. 

We offer high-quality residential development in the DC/MD/VA area, as well as in the Carolinas and Florida. Our team has extensive experience in entitlements, land development, finance and construction, and can see your project through from concept to completion.

At Sitka Residential, we provide development, design, and build services for:

  • Properties that are built to own and hold
  • Properties to be built or renovated and  sold once stabilized
  • Properties owned by others, who need fee based development and construction support 

With each level of service, the Sitka Residential difference is apparent in every step of the process.

We work directly with land sellers, investors, and land owners looking to create high-quality, value driven, efficient residential solutions near transit, retail, and commercial offerings. We offer flexible business and partnership arrangements for land owners and investors. Our unique design and build process allows us to create a higher density of available residential units at competitive market rates, providing a solution to the missing missle housing crisis in our markets.

See the Sitka Residential difference for yourself. Contact us today!

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Corporate Office
3905 National Drive
Suite 105
Burtonsville, MD 20866
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Sitka News

The disparity of new single-family home construction and the U.S. population.

The reduced amount of single-family home construction over the last decade is striking when considering the U.S. population has continued to increase over time.

More home inventory is needed for a balanced market.

The National Association of Realtors has estimated that existing home sales growth has lagged while inventory declined. As of November 2019, inventory has fallen to a 3.6-month supply (a 6-month supply would be considered more representative of a balanced market).

The “Missing Middle” phenomenon is real.

Housing structures of 2-19 units has sharply declined from almost 25% of all new construction in the mid-1980s to just 4% in 2018.