Arlington, VA – FD Stonewater announces that it has been awarded a $101 million, 20-year lease contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) for the development of a 151,066-rentable square foot, build-to-suit facility for the FBI Atlanta Field Office. Construction is estimated to commence in 1st Quarter 2016; the project will be delivered in in 2017. Powers Brown Architecture is the lead designer for the project and Harvey Cleary Builders is the general contractor.
From FD Stonewater principal Claiborne Williams: “Our team is thrilled to be awarded this monumental lease. GSA and FBI are going to be great partners in this endeavor and we are truly excited about the opportunity to deliver a new field office which will meet FBI’s mission for the next twenty years and beyond.”
FD Stonewater is a leader in designing, constructing, brokering and owning facilities leased and occupied by the government. This will be the 14th such build-to-suit lease project the firm and its affiliates have successfully delivered to the GSA. With the FBI development in the pipeline, the firm has over $150 million of projects underway nationwide, consisting of government build-to-suits, corporate build-to-suits and other commercial projects. FD Stonewater worked diligently for several years to advance a project on the Atlanta site.
About FD Stonewater
FD Stonewater is a boutique real estate service and investment firm based in Arlington, Va., with additional offices in Los Angeles and New York, a track record of more than $10 billion in investment, advisory, development and acquisitions, and over 50 million square feet of lease transactions. FD Stonewater offers a fully-integrated, national real estate platform with capabilities in Principal Investment, Development, Asset Management and Brokerage activities. www.fdstonewater.com.