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AustralianSuper Buys Stake in D.C. Office Portfolio

AustralianSuper Buys Stake in D.C. Office Portfolio

AustralianSuper, one of Australia’s largest pension funds, continues to expand its overseas portfolio of properties. The company has recently taken a large stake in an eight-building office portfolio in Washington, D.C.…

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TODAY’S DEALS: UDR Goes Big in D.C.

TODAY’S DEALS: UDR Goes Big in D.C.

UDR finds opportunity in the Lone Star/Home Properties merger, and ARA Newmark lends a hand in the sale of an urban village property.…

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JBG Plans Big in D.C.

JBG Plans Big in D.C.

JBG’s plans for D.C. keep getting bigger and bigger. Its most recent project is one of the largest residential developments in recent years, in the District. It is also seen as an important element in the revitalization of the southern part of the Eckington neighborhood.…

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A Bethesda Tale: From Parking Lots to Mixed-Use Development

A Bethesda Tale: From Parking Lots to Mixed-Use Development

Bethesda is saying hello to a new mixed-use development. This afternoon, Monty Hoffman, CEO of PN Hoffman, and Doug Firstenberg, principal of StonebridgeCarras, will be present at 7170 Woodmont Ave. to celebrate the grand opening of The Darcy and The Flats. Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett and other officials will…

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JBG Buys Alexandria Warehouse Complex

JBG Buys Alexandria Warehouse Complex

The JBG Cos. is expanding its Greater Washington portfolio of properties. The company’s latest acquisition is a warehouse complex in Alexandria.…

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Fast Growth Means Arlington County

Fast Growth Means Arlington County

LidlNeckarsulm, Germany-based Lidl, one of the fastest growing retailers in Europe, is getting ready to expand into the United States. Governor Terry McAuliffe announced this month that the company plans to invest a massive $202 million to establish its U.S. corporate headquarters and to open a regional headquarters and a…

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Hersha Hospitality Snaps Up Third Hotel In DC’s CBD

Hersha Hospitality Snaps Up Third Hotel In DC’s CBD

St. Gregory Hotel & SuitesHersha Hospitality Trust is expanding its presence in the Washington, D.C. area. The REIT has recently announced it has entered into a purchase agreement for a hotel in the city’s central business district. It will be Hersha’s third hotel in the CBD.…

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Turner Multifamily Impact Fund Closes First Acquisition

Turner Multifamily Impact Fund Closes First Acquisition

The Turner Multifamily Impact Fund, a real estate investment fund managed by Los Angeles-based Turner Impact Capital, has recently announced the closing of its first acquisition. Its newly purchased asset is a large, garden-style housing community in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.…

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Investors Plan Renovation of Historic Cleveland Park Apartment Building

Investors Plan Renovation of Historic Cleveland Park Apartment Building

Investors have snatched up another Washington, D.C., apartment community. …

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Greater Washington Office Buildings Change Hands

Greater Washington Office Buildings Change Hands

The Greater Washington office market has registered two transactions this month. The properties are located in the Ballston section of Arlington and in downtown Bethesda.…

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Matan Enjoys Busy Month of May in Greater Washington

Matan Enjoys Busy Month of May in Greater Washington

Matan Companies has added another industrial building to its Washington, D.C.-area portfolio. The Maryland-based company’s new acquisition is located at 7721 Polk St. in Landover.…

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New ECHO Location Intensifies Firm’s Retail Holdings

New ECHO Location Intensifies Firm’s Retail Holdings

ECHO Realty has expanded its portfolio of retail properties in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Last month, the Pittsburgh-based company entered the Virginia market with the acquisition of a grocery-anchored retail center in Loudoun County, for an undisclosed price.…

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