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  • New Boston Fund Hires CBRE to Find Tenants for NoMa Office Tower

    The 11-story office tower at 111 K Street Northeast opened in 2010, in NoMa, D.C.’s fastest growing neighborhood. Two years later, it was acquired by the New Boston Fund, an independent, privately owned real estate investment. Now, the owner has hired CBRE as the exclusive leasing agent for 98,780 square feet of boutique office space in the building.

    Washington Dc 31 May 2014 04:55
  • January – Briefs/Leasing & Management

    Goodwin Procter Takes 500 KSF of Built-to-Suit Space in Boston; Greenspoon Marder Inks Renewal/Expansion in Fort Lauderdale; New Boston Fund Leases 97 KSF in Massachusetts; White & Case Signs 58 KSF Renewal in Miami; Infor Expands with SL Green; Law Firm Renews 129 KSF Lease at Silicon Valley Office Building; BBB Industries Inks 34 KSF Lease in Bohemia, NY; Jones Day Consolidates into Lower Manhattan.

    National 18 December 2013 16:52

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