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Savills Studley Adds Design Expert in Washington, D.C.
Savills Studley has hired award-winning commercial design veteran Ann Linstrom as the company looks to strengthen its 200-member workplace strategy and occupant experience services platform. Linstrom brings 34 years of experience in project management...

Australian Global Fund Manager Enters D.C. Hotel Market
One of Australia’s largest hotel owners has made its first foray into the Washington, D.C., hotel market. SB&G Hotel Group, the Melbourne-based hotel division of global fund manager SB&G Group, paid $19.65 million to acquire the Greenbelt Marriott...

Multifamily Transactions Still Light Through the Third Quarter of 2018 in Downtown D.C.
The 113-unit apartment building at 2144 California St. NW in Washington, D.C. Downtown D.C. sales volume is down relative to the previous few years, but that is mostly because of the record levels set in the early years in the cycle. Compared to history...

Former Mack-Cali Chief Rudin Named President of Savills Studley
Mitchell E. Rudin, a veteran New York real estate executive who previously held senior positions at CBRE, Brookfield and Mack-Cali Realty Corp., will join Savills Studley as its next president, succeeding Michael Colacino who is stepping down at the end...

Downtown D.C. Multifamily Submarket Experiencing Rent Increases
The 250-unit Mount Vernon Plaza apartment building in Washington, D.C. Thanks in large part to a rise in occupancies, the downtown Washington, D.C. multifamily submarket experienced a rent reversal from this time last year. While rent growth is...

Following HQ Sale, Discovery Secures 60,000-SF Space in Silver Spring for Scaled Down Maryland Network Hub
The inflatable great white shark affectionately known as Chompie would take up residence at Discovery's headquarters building each year to promote the cable channel's annual Shark Week; Photo credit: via Flickr. With the pending move of...

Vacancies Falling, Strong Absorption in Downtown D.C. Multifamily Submarket
The 93-unit Apartments at Westlight in Washington, D.C. Occupancies in downtown Washington, D.C. are above the 10-year average, boosted by strong net absorption. This time last year, the increase in supply pushed vacancies higher, but steady absorption...

Pebblebrook Wins Bidding War for LaSalle
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust's headquarters building located just outside Washington, D.C., in Bethesda, Maryland. Jon Bortz is getting his company back. The chief executive of Pebblebrook Hotel Trust has won the protracted bidding war for real estate investment...

D.C.’s Apartment Market Remains Healthy
The Barton at Woodley apartment complex in Washington, D.C. Rebounding job growth and consistent population growth has given way to record levels of absorption and supply. Occupancies remain above the 10-year average, contributing to healthy rent gains...

LaSalle Properties Calls Pebblebrook Hotel Trust Bid 'Superior' to Blackstone Offer
LaSalle Hotel Properties owns the Park Central Hotel at 870 Seventh Ave. in New York. Real estate investment trust LaSalle Hotel Properties said a purchase offer from Pebblebrook Hotel Trust is a "superior proposal" to a rival bid from Blackstone Group...

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