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  • Washington Business Journal: Cushman and Wakefield recruits Transwestern landlord reps

    There’s no question that empty buildings make for anxious landlords, and Northern Virginia has plenty of both these days.

    Cushman & Wakefield Inc. is hoping to relieve some of that anxiety and pick up some business as a result. The brokerage’s D.C. office recently recruited Transwestern landlord representatives Josh Masi and Matt Bundy from Transwestern in a bid to increase its competition for those real estate listings.

    Masi and Bundy, who started at Cushman & Wakefield Monday, have been part of some notable leasing deals. That includes Harris Corp.’s planned consolidation in Herndon, announced earlier this year, and Deloitte LLP’s sublease of part of the Corporate Executive Board Co.’s space in the Waterview building in Rosslyn.
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  • Washington Business Journal - Big and Empty: D.C.'s large offices disproportionately hit by slowdown

    Washington Business Journal - Bigger, it seems, isn't better for D.C.'s multibillion-dollar commercial real estate industry anymore.

    The District's stock of large buildings, with floor plates of more than 50,000 square feet, have been disproportionately hit by a leasing slump that has caused vacancy rates to reach near-historic levels across the city, according to new research from Cushman & Wakefield Inc.
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  • Bisnow - Three Big Listings Hit the Market: 1401 K

    Bisnow - Three Big Listings Hit the Market: 1401 K St.

    Next (and also according to CoStar), Cushman & Wakefield has just listed 1401 K St, the 125k SF Art Deco office at the hot corner of 14th and K.
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  • GlobeSt - EagleBank Provides Interim Financing for Maryland Executive Park

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    Earlier this month, St. John Properties sold the 206,000-square-foot Maryland Executive Park for $26.5 million. The buyer was a fund based in Connecticut, Greenfield Partners LLC. Now more details about that transaction have emerged—namely that EagleBank provided the financing for the acquisition, a $19.8 million floating rate loan that will serve as interim financing for the next few years. The three-year term comes with two one-year extension options. Gideon Gil, Alexander Hernandez, and Sridhar Vankayala of Cushman & Wakefield’s Equity, Debt and Structured Finance team represented the sponsor in the financing.
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  • The DBJ awarded C&W’s Dallas office as the #2 overall medium-size company to work for in the metroplex

    Cushman & Wakefield of Texas, Inc.'s collaborative culture earned them the highest ranking CRE Firm in “Big D”. The Dallas Business Journal recognized C&W’s Dallas/Ft. Worth office as the #2 overall medium-size company to work for in the metroplex; beating out all other Commercial Real Estate firms in the rankings.
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  • Invesco Sells One Liberty Square for $54.4 Million

    Cushman & Wakefield of Massachusetts today announced Invesco Real Estate has sold One Liberty Square for $54.4 million to Clarion Partners. One Liberty Square is a distinctive, 13-story, 157,563 square foot “jewel box” office building located in the heart of Boston’s Liberty Square.
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  • Bisnow - Robin Thicke Real Estate: Mark Wooters Joins Cushman

    Bisnow D.C.

    Vornado/Charles E. Smith leasing vet Mark Wooters is joining Cushman & Wakefield, where he'll be the Director of Investor Services. He started Monday and tells us he'll focus on growing relationships in the landlord community across all of C&W's services, from leasing to property management to capital markets. Mark's also got his hands full at home, as he and his wife just welcomed their second child, Anna, on Aug. 28. Anna was unavailable for comment. 
     
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  • WBJ - Akridge Fairmont Building in Bethesda sells for $46M

    Washington Business Journal District-based Akridge has sold its 12-story Fairmont Building in downtown Bethesda for $46 million, or roughly $375 per square foot, to the affiliate of a trust operated by Choice Hotels International Inc. founder Stewart Bainum Sr. Akridge retained Cushman & Wakefield Inc. earlier this year to market the 122,543-square-foot building to interested tenants, and Cushman broker Eric Berkman said the offering attracted around 20 offers from investors across the country.
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  • New York City's Top Female Real Estate Professionals

    New York's Commercial Observer asked the city’s commercial real estate leaders to submit as comprehensive a list of female professionals on their payroll as possible—be they lawyers, accountants, brokers or analysts, and it is no surprise Cushman & Wakefield's Carri Lyon was included.
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  • Retail Rents Rise in the Worlds Most Expensive Shopping Destinations

    Causeway Bay, Hong Kong overtakes Fifth Avenue, New York as the most expensive retail destination in the world, with the latter losing first spot for the first time in 11 years.
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  • NY Observer-Carri Lyon Story

    Since joining Cushman & Wakefield six years ago, Ms. Lyon has built upon her growing reputation as one of the city’s most successful brokers for the nonprofit sector.
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