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More Than a Government Town.
Our 2023 "Why D.C.?" report brings together CBRE's industry-leading research and local insight to give you the most important highlights of what makes our city so special.
The Henderson Buildings Site on 16th Street NW Hits the D.C. Market
May 15, 2023
CBRE will represent The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of Christianity in its sale of the Henderson Buildings and site located at located at 3220 16th St NW, 3224 16th Street NW, and 1604 Park Road NW in the District’s Mount Pleasant neighborhood.
CBRE Announces $137 Million Sale of 16-Property National Hotel Portfolio
March 24, 2023
CBRE has announced the sale of a 16-property, 2,155-key hotel portfolio located across nine states.
CBRE Arranges Sale of 65-Property Hotel Portfolio worth $514 Million
January 17, 2023
CBRE has arranged the sale of a 65-property, 7,865-key hotel portfolio located across 27 states. Massachusetts-based REIT, Service Properties Trust, sold the portfolio to 21 separate buyers for a total consideration of approximately $514 million.
CBRE Arranges $23.7 Million Sale of Greentree Plaza Retail Center in Everett, WA
December 29, 2022
CBRE announced the sale of Greentree Plaza, an 83,035-sq.-ft. shopping center in Everett, Washington. Transnational Management acquired the property for $23.7 million.
· A Spring bounce continued to boost job growth and mobility indicators across Greater Washington.
o Sharply higher pedestrian activity was realized in Georgetown, the Riverfront and Wharf, and to a lesser degree, Downtown Washington.
o Metro ridership across the region remained near a pandemic-high, and Downtown Washington Metro stops are experiencing the largest increases in ridership over the past month and year.
o Total employment in Greater Washington climbed 0.2% in March and is only 0.6% below pre-pandemic levels. Leisure and Hospitality employment continues to be a strong driver of growth.
o Office-using industry employment also increased in March. Notably, the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia showed renewed hiring after a winter slump.
· Physical office occupancy remained stable and was slightly weakened by April holidays.
· The latest data continues to show Greater Washington’s resilience, compared to the national economy, but federal government employment growth remained weak.
A major driver of economic activity and market demand in the National Capital Region, U.S. Federal Government employees continue to offer work-from-home practices elevated from pre
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