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Boston Properties, Home Properties Reduce D.C.-Area Apartment Portfolios

Boston Properties, Home Properties Reduce D.C.-Area Apartment Portfolios

Investors continue to show a lot of interest in the Washington, D.C. apartment market. Last week, it was revealed that three more apartment communities in the area have changed hands this winter or are under contract to change hands.…

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Level 2 Plans 315-Unit Apartment Building at Union Market

Level 2 Plans 315-Unit Apartment Building at Union Market

Level 2 Development, LLC plans to bring an apartment building with more than 300 units in northeast Washington, D.C. The company has recently filed a Planned Unit Development Application with the Zoning Commission for a project called The Highline at Union Market.…

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Behind Rosslyn’s Growth: Q&A with Mary-Claire Burick

Behind Rosslyn’s Growth: Q&A with Mary-Claire Burick

Rosslyn, in Northern Virginia, is fast becoming one of the most interesting places in the United States. Located close to the heart of Washington, DC, the neighborhood is home to more than 8 million square feet of office space, more than 2,000 hotel rooms and some of the tallest buildings…

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Developers Unveil Mixed-Use Community in Alexandria

Developers Unveil Mixed-Use Community in Alexandria

Mayor William Euille joined officials from Mill Creek Residential Trust LLC and AEW Capital Management, L.P. last week, to help unveil a new mixed-use community in Alexandria’s West End. Called the Modera Tempo, it is the first new development to be completed within the Landmark/Van Dorn Small Area Plan.…

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Arlington County Approves 450-Unit Apartment Project

Arlington County Approves 450-Unit Apartment Project

The Washington, D.C. area is about to get even more apartments. Last week, the Arlington County Board voted unanimously to approve the redevelopment of an old office building into more than 450 apartments.…

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Arlington County Approves 450-Unit Apartment Project

Arlington County Approves 450-Unit Apartment Project

The Washington, D.C. area is about to get even more apartments. Last week, the Arlington County Board voted unanimously to approve the redevelopment of an old office building into more than 450 apartments.…

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Arlington County Approves 450-Unit Apartment Project

Arlington County Approves 450-Unit Apartment Project

The Washington, D.C. area is about to get even more apartments. Last week, the Arlington County Board voted unanimously to approve the redevelopment of an old office building into more than 450 apartments.…

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Retail Properties of America Acquires Two More Washington, D.C.-Area Shopping Centers

Retail Properties of America  Acquires Two More Washington, D.C.-Area Shopping Centers

Retail Properties of America, Inc. is expanding its Washington, D.C. portfolio of properties. The company has recently purchased two shopping centers in the metro area, for a total price of $121.5 million.…

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Noblis Leases 160,000 SF in Reston

Noblis Leases 160,000 SF in Reston

Noblis, Inc. is moving its headquarters to Reston. The nonprofit science, technology, and strategy organization has recently signed a lease with The JBG Companies, for 160,000 square feet of space in two buildings on Edmund Halley Drive, adjacent to the future Reston Town Center Metro station.…

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Carr to Develop Luxury InterContinental Hotel as Part of Phase One of The Wharf

Carr to Develop Luxury InterContinental Hotel as Part of Phase One of The Wharf

Washington, D.C. is getting a new luxury, waterfront hotel. Carr City Centers Chairman Oliver T. Carr, Jr. announced on January 22 that his company has closed on a site for a 278-room InterContinental hotel. The project will be part of Phase I of the $2 billion Wharf mixed-use development.…

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Fort Washington’s Henson Creek Manor to Go on Market

Fort Washington’s Henson Creek Manor to Go on Market

Another Washington, D.C.-area multifamily property is going on the market. The Greysteel Company announced on Monday that its Mid-Atlantic multifamily investment sales team has been selected as the exclusive advisor and agent for the sale of Henson Creek Manor, a 210-unit affordable community, in Fort Washington.…

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Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Signs 40,000-SF Lease at 900 G St.

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Signs 40,000-SF Lease at 900 G St.

One of the world’s leading international law firms is moving to 900 G Street, N.W. Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP has recently signed a 15-year lease for 40,000 square feet of space in the building. MRP Realty and ASB Real Estate Investments made the announcement on Tuesday, January 20.…

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