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  • The JCR Cos. Buys Retail Space at Lorton Station Town Center for $13.8M

    The JCR Companies continues to expand its D.C. area retail portfolio. Shortly after scooping up a 2,710-square-foot retail building housing Cork & Fork, in the heart of the thriving 14th Street corridor, the real estate investment firm has acquired 51,800 square feet of retail space at Lorton Station Town Center. The price of the transaction was $13.8 million. Regency Centers was the seller.

    Washington Dc 07 July 2014 21:00
  • JCR Buys Two Properties in DC Area

    Last week, The JCR Companies has acquired two properties in the Washington, DC area, adding them to its growing portfolio of urban infill buildings and expanding its reach into the office sector. The two properties are located in Alexandria and in DC’s sought-after Logan Circle neighborhood.

    Washington Dc 24 March 2014 15:02

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