WHEATON, MD—Now that Lowe Enterprises hascompleted the conversion of a Wheaton office building to aresidential property, the company is exploring the possibility ofdoing similar projects in the area.

The Los Angeles-based firm recently finished the $44-millionredevelopment of an office building at 11411 Georgia Ave. into a194-unit apartment building that has been renamed “The George.”

Lowe Managing Director Mark Rivers says thecompany is exploring the prospect of converting more offices toresidential, according to the Washington Business Journal.

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