Marc Rampulla

  • Two More D.C.-Area Office Properties Change Hands

    Office properties in the Washington, D.C. area continue to attract interest from investors. Last week, I wrote about the acquisition of the Thurman Arnold Building by a MetLife Inc. and Norges Bank Investment Management joint venture, in the first major commercial real estate sale of the year. Two more office buildings have since then changed hands.

    Washington Dc 27 January 2014 04:59

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