Monday Properties Selects CBRE to Market 1812 North Moore Street
By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor
When finished, the building Monday Properties is constructing at 1812 N. Moore St. in Rosslyn, Va., will be the tallest office tower in the Washington, D.C., region. It will offer sensational views of Washington’s monuments across the Potomac River, as well as more than half a million square feet of trophy office space to meet the requirements of even the most demanding of tenants. Monday Properties has now tapped CBRE to serve as the exclusive co-brokerage leasing team for the property.
Monday Properties started work on the $300 million building in late 2010. Standing 35 stories high, the 580,000-square-foot trophy office building is one of only a few privately developed LEED Platinum-registered office buildings in the United States and the first in The Commonwealth of Virginia. Amenities include a two-story through-block main lobby with double-height ceilings, as well as on-site access to the Rosslyn Metro Station and a 480-space, fully enclosed above- and below-grade parking garage.
Located within two blocks of major restaurants, hotels, banks and shops, the fully entitled and permitted property is already three floors above grade. It is expected to open in the fourth quarter of 2013.
Monday Properties has selected CBRE to market the asset. The team consists of Malcolm Schweiker, Ed Clark and Mark Klug from CBRE’s Northern Virginia office in McLean and the Washington, D.C., office. They will work together with Monday Properties executive vice president Tim Helmig and the company’s in-house leasing team.
New York-based Monday Properties is a real estate investment firm that owns and operates all of the properties in its growing portfolio. It was founded in 1998 and mostly focuses on two important real estate markets: New York City and the greater Washington, D.C., metro area. Since 2002, the company has completed more than $9.8 billion in transactions, representing 21.9 million square feet throughout these two markets.
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