Kiddar Capital in the News


Herndon's High Hopes: How The Virginia Town Is Prepping For Metro

Washington Business Journal / June 14, 2018

The long-anticipated Silver Line Herndon Metro station slated to open in 2020 is bringing high-density development to the historic town of Herndon. Our 575 Herndon Parkway property is part of what is seen as strong development set to take place in the next 20 years.

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Todd Hitt, Kiddar Capital CEO Recognized for Commitment to Schools

Falls Church City Public Schools / May 4, 2018

Todd Hitt, Kiddar Capital CEO is recognized by the Business in Education Partnership on The Virginia School Board Association Business Honor Roll for his ongoing commitment and partnership with Falls Church City Public Schools.

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White House Correspondents' Association Dinner: How Politicians, the Press, and Playboy Came Together

BizBash / May 2, 2018

Kiddar Capital as the presenting sponsor to the White House Correspondents' Dinner weekend "Come Together" party at the British Ambassador Sir Kim Darroch's residents.

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Spicer, Scaramucci Among Partygoers at Beatles-Themed WHCD Bash

The Hill / April 27, 2018

Former spokesman Sean Spicer and onetime communications director Anthony Scaramucci were among several current and former White House officials in attendance at the glitzy affair at the British Embassy sponsored by Washington Life Magazine and presented by Kiddar Capital.

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The Playbook White House Correspondents' Dinner Guide

Politico / April 24, 2018

British Ambassador Sir Kim Darroch and Lady Darroch, Washington Life and Kiddar Capital host “Come Together” at the residence of the British Ambassador.

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F.C. Council Unanimous in Final OK For 2.68 Acre Broad & Washington Project

Falls Church News-Press / April 10, 2018

The Falls Church City Council voted unanimously to approve the most ambitious mixed-use development project yet in the City’s history at its iconic central Broad and Washington intersection.

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F.C. Planners Unanimous in Support Of Broad-Washington Project

Falls Church News-Press / January 17, 2018

In a surprise unanimous 6-0 vote, the Falls Church Planning Commission Tuesday night recommended in favor of the approval of the 2.68 acre mixed-use project at the central intersection of downtown Falls Church.


JDRF DC Hope Gala

Washington Life / December 2017

Over $2 million was raised for research to fight Type 1 diabetes at the 17th annual event, sponsored by private equity firm Kiddar Capital.


Honoring the Arts in Fairfax

Fairfax County Times / November 3, 2017

Born and raised in Northern Virginia, Hitt, a construction and real estate industry veteran, received the Arts Philanthropy Award, which acknowledges private sector support. 


Todd Hitt Fund for the Arts Grants and Super Grants Awarded to Falls Church Teachers

Falls Church News-Press / October 26, 2017

Surprise! The Falls Church Education Foundation (FCEF) presented over 30 teachers with Todd Hitt Fund for the Arts Grants and FCEF 2017 Super Grants on Friday. (Photo: FCCPS / Marybeth Connelly)


Kiddar Capital Funds Advertising Grants to Help Local Businesses

Falls Church News-Press / October 26, 2017

Kiddar Capital has funded advertising grants now available through the Falls Church Chamber of Commerce. 


Kiddar Capital's Todd Hitt Went to Puerto Rico for a Relief Mission. Here's What He Found

Washington Business Journal / October 18, 2017

Hitt and his team delivered 300 pounds of supplies for families and children — everything from baby formula to aspirin to diapers — to the Ronald McDonald House and San Jorge Children’s Hospital.


There Is a Mixed-Use Renaissance Happening in Falls Church

Bisnow DC / September 25, 2017

Where there was once a restaurant and an old post office there is now a 500K SF hub of retail space, offices and multifamily residences. Hitt’s West Broad project has been a catalyst for future development in Falls Church, Farrell said. 


Morgan Moses Wants Students to Receive Same Second Chance He Had

ESPN / August 1, 2017

Moses started a foundation to make sure it wasn't too late for others, helping students in the Richmond, Virginia area, where he attended high school. As part of Morgan Moses Foundation Day in Richmond on Tuesday, Moses received a $50,000 check from Todd Hitt.

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Morgan Moses Once Got a Second Chance. Now the Redskins Tackle is Trying to Offer Kids the Same

The Washington Post August 1, 2017

Washington Redskins right tackle Morgan Moses is always looking for ways to give back to his home town of Richmond.


This Drone is Helping Golf Courses Stay Green

Tech.Co / June 26, 2017

Recently GreenSight won the 2017 Startup Arlington competition and walked away with $25,000 in capital from Kiddar Capital, three months lodging at a luxury apartment in Arlington, incubator space at 1776 and access to influencers, investors and mentors from the community.


Building the U.S. Economy: the Construction Industry’s Role

RealClearPolitics / June 15, 2017

The panel, hosted by RealClearPolitics, brought together "experts spanning the commercial construction industry and its adjacent sectors to analyze the industry’s success and workforce development."


4th Iteration of Plans for E. Broad at N. Washington Plan Mulled by Falls Church Council

Falls Church News-Press / June 6, 2017

There is not a Whole Foods Market in this plan, but there are a lot of amenities to make it pedestrian- and arts-friendly for downtown Falls Church. 


Hitt Donates $100,000 to Falls Church Education Foundation

Falls Church News-Press / April 7, 2017

The contribution, Hitt said, is dedicated “for use toward the enhancement of the arts and humanities programs in the City of Falls Church public schools.” (Photo: News-Press)


Honoring the Women Who Sacrificed for Suffrage

Northern Virginia Magazine / April 7, 2017

On November 14, 1917, members of the Silent Sentinels—known for picketing President Woodrow Wilson’s White House for women’s right to vote—were brutally imprisoned at the Occoquan Workhouse in what would be called the Night of Terror.

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New Broad & Washington Class A Office Project Has Creative Cauldron Venue

Falls Church News-Press / March 23, 2017

Plans for a first-rate Class A 67,000 square foot office building with ground floor retail and attached to a second building with 292 luxury apartments smack in the middle of downtown Falls Church were filed with the City of Falls Church this week.


Northern Virginia Nonprofit's Innovation Fund Receives Shot in the Arm

Washington Business Journal / May 13, 2016

Eileen Ellsworth, president of the Community Foundation, suggested the fund will be "one of the most important permanent funds this generation builds."