Glenn Lowenstein

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    Houston-based Lionstone Investments and London-based Hermes Real Estate have recently purchased a Class A office building in the District’s Capitol Riverfront submarket, for an undisclosed price. This is the $250 million joint venture’s first investment.

    Washington Dc 22 December 2014 04:50

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