Both the Washington Business Journal and Costar recognize boutique firm’s leasing team
Arlington, VA – March 20, 2012 – FD Stonewater brokers closed five of the top ten largest lease transactions in the Washington, DC market in 2011 according to the Washington Business Journal. In addition, Costar has named FD Stonewater and three of its brokers, David Alperstein, Joseph Delogu and Robert Hines, as 2011 Power Brokers.
The five transactions consisted of the following major deals. The largest lease executed in theDC-metro market was the 1.06 million square feet NOAA headquarters lease in Silver Spring, MD completed by FD Stonewater Principals Joseph Delogu and Richard Mann on behalf ofFoulger-Pratt. Managing Director Robert Hines completed two other headquarters transactions for the Office of Comptroller of the Currency (640,000 square feet) and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (351,633 square feet) at Constitution Center in Washington, DC. The US Department of Education’s 247,000 square foot lease at Union Center Plaza in DC’s NoMa neighborhood was led by FD Stonewater Managing Director Eugene Smith, who joined the firm in January 2012. And, finally, FD Stonewater Principal David Alperstein led the negotiations on the Plaza East asset in Rosslyn leased to the United States Department of State (243,000 square feet).
FD Stonewater’s uniquely experienced brokerage team brings a high level of expertise and professionalism to marketing and leasing properties as demonstrated by the recent recognition in the
Washington Business Journal and Costar. This recognition continues to illustrate FD Stonewater’s growing market position since its inception. Founded to provide owners and investors with aPrincipal-led marketing and leasing experience, FD Stonewater’s brokerage team collectively has successfully leased over 40 million square feet of space to both private sector companies and federal agencies.
About FD Stonewater
FD Stonewater was formed through the recent merger of two boutique real estate firms, FD Partners based in Arlington, Virginia and Stonewater Partners of New York and Los Angeles. The merger brings together a combined track record of more than $10 billion in investment, advisory, development and acquisitions and over 40 million square feet of lease transactions, to offer afully-integrated, national real estate platform with capabilities in Principal Investment, Development, Advisory and Brokerage activities.
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