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New York-Based Coworking Provider To Open First D.C. Space On H Street
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New York-Based Coworking Provider To Open First D.C. Space On H Street

A Manhattan-based coworking provider with six locations in New York City and Philadelphia is breaking into the D.C. market. Bond Collective signed...

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Brookfield Submits Plan For 4.2M SF Wegmans-Anchored Reston Development
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Brookfield Submits Plan For 4.2M SF Wegmans-Anchored Reston Development

Wegmans is furthering its planned D.C.-area expansion with an urban-format store at Brookfield Properties' massive Reston development, new...

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WashREIT's Paul McDermott and Boston Properties' Ray Ritchey On Why D.C.'s HQ2 Fixation Is Overblown
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WashREIT's Paul McDermott and Boston Properties' Ray Ritchey On Why D.C.'s HQ2 Fixation Is Overblown

Speculation about where Amazon will build its second headquarters has permeated seemingly every conversation in commercial real estate, especially...

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JLL Names New Head Of D.C. Region
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JLL Names New Head Of D.C. Region

One of the world's largest real estate services firms has a new leader atop its D.C. regional office. JLL announced the promotion Tuesday of Chris...

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Normandy Closes On Purchase Of Foreclosed L'Enfant Plaza Office Building
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Normandy Closes On Purchase Of Foreclosed L'Enfant Plaza Office Building

Normandy Real Estate Partners has completed the acquisition of 950 L'Enfant Plaza after the building's previous owner went into foreclosure,...

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16 New D.C. Restaurants To Try This Summer
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16 New D.C. Restaurants To Try This Summer

The D.C. restaurant scene continues to explode with new concepts, and the warmer months are usually the busiest for new openings. With summer...

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LaSalle Rejects Pebblebrook's Latest Offer In Favor Of Blackstone Deal
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LaSalle Rejects Pebblebrook's Latest Offer In Favor Of Blackstone Deal

The bidding war over LaSalle Hotel Properties has taken its latest turn, with the Bethesda-based hospitality REIT rejecting the new offer...

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Tenleytown Church Submits Plan For 86-Unit Senior Living Facility On Its Property
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Tenleytown Church Submits Plan For 86-Unit Senior Living Facility On Its Property

The Wisconsin Avenue Baptist Church wants to welcome dozens of seniors to live on its Tenleytown property. The church filed an application Thursday...

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Harbor Group Pays $144M For Alexandria Apartment Community
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Harbor Group Pays $144M For Alexandria Apartment Community

Harbor Group International has made its second $100M-plus Northern Virginia acquisition this year. The Norfolk, Virginia-based investor acquired...

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Carlyle Consolidating D.C. HQ With 200K SF Downtown Expansion Deal
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Carlyle Consolidating D.C. HQ With 200K SF Downtown Expansion Deal

One of the world's largest private equity firms is growing its District headquarters, in the process shedding its satellite office in Rosslyn. The...

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Student Housing Is Playing With The Capital Markets Big Boys Now
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Student Housing Is Playing With The Capital Markets Big Boys Now

Earlier this year, American Campus Communities sold three student housing buildings in California, and the particulars of the sale were jaw...

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New TJX-Owned Retail Concept Opening 3 Stores In Md. and Va., Plans Nationwide Expansion
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New TJX-Owned Retail Concept Opening 3 Stores In Md. and Va., Plans Nationwide Expansion

Amid a seemingly constant stream of retail closures across the U.S., one company is charting an aggressive expansion. HomeSense, a brand owned by...

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One Big Question: Can The Silver Line Save Loudoun's Office Market?
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One Big Question: Can The Silver Line Save Loudoun's Office Market?

When the Silver Line opened to the public in 2014, it was the first time a new line was added since the Green Line opened in 1991. Phase 1 of the...

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Developer Q&A: Lerner Enterprises Executive Vice President Art Fuccillo
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Developer Q&A: Lerner Enterprises Executive Vice President Art Fuccillo

Lerner Enterprises has been working in Loudoun County since 1985, led throughout that period by the efforts of Art Fuccillo. The developer's major...

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In The Works: Top 3 Developments Coming To Loudoun County
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In The Works: Top 3 Developments Coming To Loudoun County

One Loudoun A new master-planned community has landed in Loudoun County. One Loudoun, per its name, is a mixed-use development that boasts...

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New In Town: Loudoun County
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New In Town: Loudoun County

U.S. Customs and Border Protection The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency announced in March that it will move its Office of Information...

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Loudoun County: At A Glance
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Loudoun County: At A Glance

Forty-six miles northwest of Washington, D.C., people have flocked to Loudoun County for quieter streets, fresher air and a nationally recognized...

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ULI Names Former Host Hotels Chief Ed Walter As Its Global CEO
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ULI Names Former Host Hotels Chief Ed Walter As Its Global CEO

The Urban Land Institute, an 82-year-old D.C.-based nonprofit focused on creating better land-use planning, has named a new global CEO. Ed Walter,...

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PS Business Parks Pays $143M For NoVa Industrial Portfolio
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PS Business Parks Pays $143M For NoVa Industrial Portfolio

MRP Realty has found a buyer for its 19-property Northern Virginia industrial portfolio, three months after putting it on the market. PS Business...

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Velocis, Altus Realty Acquire 2-Building Tysons Office Complex
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Velocis, Altus Realty Acquire 2-Building Tysons Office Complex

A joint venture of Dallas-based Velocis and D.C.-based Altus Realty has just acquired a Tysons office complex. The partnership bought Greensboro...

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LaSalle Reviewing New, Higher Offer As Pebblebrook Looks To Outbid Blackstone
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LaSalle Reviewing New, Higher Offer As Pebblebrook Looks To Outbid Blackstone

Three weeks after LaSalle Hotel Properties announced it had agreed to be bought by Blackstone, a persistent local competitor is not giving up on...

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2,500 CRE Pros Gather As D.C. Real Estate Games Raise Record $528K
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2,500 CRE Pros Gather As D.C. Real Estate Games Raise Record $528K

D.C.'s 29th annual JDRF Real Estate Games raised over $528K for Type 1 Diabetes research and drew 2,500 commercial real estate professionals out of...

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The Meridian Group Launching Next D.C. Repositioning At 1400 L St.
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The Meridian Group Launching Next D.C. Repositioning At 1400 L St.

The Meridian Group is in the thick of repositioning an East End office building for north of $100M, but it plans to kick-start another, smaller...

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PN Hoffman Bringing A Preschool To The Wharf
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PN Hoffman Bringing A Preschool To The Wharf

Add a preschool to the list of ways PN Hoffman is trying to build a neighborhood from scratch in Southwest D.C. The Goddard School has signed a...

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