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  • Carr, Invesco and JOSS Buy Capital-Area Office Properties

    The Washington, D.C, office market continues to heat up. At the start of the month, First Potomac Realty Trust paid $41 million for the Class A office building at 1775 Wiehle Ave., in Reston. Just days later, Finmarc Management Inc. announced the $31.5 million acquisition of a two-building office portfolio in Alexandria. Now, three more office properties in the Washington, D.C. area have changed hands.

    Washington Dc 24 July 2014 15:42
  • DC Metro Area Attracts Steady Pace of Office Investment Sales

    In recent months, an important number of office properties changed hands in the Washington, D.C. area. There have been a lot of big transactions (Read about some of them here and here) and even some huge transactions(You can find some of them here, here, here and here), but, according to a report by Marcus&Millichap, over the past year, investors have been more interested in purchasing properties worth between $1 million and $10 million.

    Washington Dc 12 November 2013 06:20

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