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  • Developers Unveil Mixed-Use Community in Alexandria

    Mayor William Euille joined officials from Mill Creek Residential Trust LLC and AEW Capital Management, L.P. last week, to help unveil a new mixed-use community in Alexandria’s West End. Called the Modera Tempo, it is the first new development to be completed within the Landmark/Van Dorn Small Area Plan.

    Washington Dc 05 February 2015 20:31
  • Joint Venture to Break Ground on $100M Tysons Office Tower Next Year

    With over 28 million square feet of office space, Tysons Corner is one of the largest suburban submarkets in the United States. And it’s about to get bigger. At the start of December, American Real Estate Partners and The Association For Manufacturing (AMT) announced they will jointly develop a 200,000-square-foot trophy office building to anchor Tysons’ Arbor Row master planned district.

    Washington Dc 16 December 2013 06:07

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