Cecconi Simone

View All Tags
  • 30-Story Apartment Tower Now Open in Tysons Corner

    Northern Virginia is now home to a new, 30-story, luxury apartment tower. This month, Macerich opened the VITA Tysons Corner, the final piece of the company’s mixed-use urban expansion project at Tysons Corner.

    Washington Dc 24 May 2015 04:38
  • TIAA-CREF Buys The Louis at 14th/U

    Last summer, the Chevy Chase-based JBG Companies hired ARA Mid-Atlantic to find buyers for the Louis at 14th/U, a residential and retail development located in the heart of the U Street Corridor - Logan Circle neighborhood. Now, the property has a new owner. TIAA-CREF purchased the Northwest Washington, D.C., property at the start of June, for an undisclosed price.

    Washington Dc 16 June 2014 21:17

You May Also Like

  • Economy Watch: Architects Busier in March, to be More Active 2018

    Architecture firm billings increased in March, according to the AIA's latest Architecture Billings Index, indicating that design and construction activity should pick up later this year and in 2018.

    24 April 2017 13:02
  • Bringing Creativity to CRE

    With a purposely creative approach to development, Silverback Development—and Josh Schuster—are names you’ll likely hear in industry circles for decades to come. CPE recently spoke with Schuster about his company, its projects and the non-profit he founded 12 years ago.

    23 June 2017 15:01
  • Virtua to Develop SpringHill Suites Hotel in Avondale

    A Virtua Partners-sponsored hotel will break ground this November, with entitlements currently being processed though the City of Avondale. The 130-key room property is part of a 58-acre mixed-use project.

    06 April 2017 14:18
  • Industrial Property Trust Acquires $13M DC-Area Asset

    The 98,653-square-foot warehouse contains state-of-the-art features including a 3,800-square-foot climate-controlled storage area designed to hold specialized valuables, such as fine art or antiques.

    18 May 2017 17:20
  • All About Equity Waterfalls, Part 1

    Many developers and sponsors rely on third-party investors to fund the majority of their project's equity, but structuring a mutually acceptable joint venture can be quite a hurdle to overcome, notes Avison Young Principal Jay Maddox. Part 1 of 2.

    17 May 2017 18:38
  • Las Vegas 644 KSF Site Changes Hands

    Marcus & Millichap represented the seller in the transaction, which hit a record-high price of $18.5 million. The Las Vegas Strip is nearby, as is the planned future home of the NFL's Las Vegas Raiders.

    09 October 2017 17:07
  • Where Is the Lending Money Coming From?

    With 2017 marking the last year of the "CMBS maturity wall," SVN Institutional Capital Markets Chair Gabriel Silverstein delves into the main sources refinancing the roughly $10 billion per month that is coming due.

    05 April 2017 18:07
  • Law Firm to Open Sacramento Office

    Buchalter signed a 12,000-square-foot lease in downtown Sacramento, Calif. Scott Bennett of Colliers International negotiated the lease on behalf of the tenant, while Greg Levi of JLL represented the landlord, Tsakopoulos Investments.

    02 October 2017 17:49
  • HFF Secures JV Partner for DC Trophy Office

    Lincoln Property Co. and Pearlmark Real Estate plan to renovate an historic bank, along with developing an adjoining office building.

    11 April 2017 12:56
  • NAI Hiffman Mediates Office Sale in Illinois

    The former head office of Pioneer Center for Human Services, a 39,267-square-foot building in McHenry, Ill., has a new ownership after being bought by Alexander Leigh Center for Autism.

    29 May 2017 11:48