Experience. Value. Results.

FD Stonewater is a boutique real estate brokerage, investment, development and asset management firm with national capabilities delivered through entrepreneurial and thoughtful leadership.
The ability to navigate complex transactions and deliver creative solutions to our clients is the core of our business. Collectively, the firm’s brokerage team members have been involved in over 45 million square feet of lease transactions, having completed over 4,000 leases on behalf of both Landlords and Tenant clients.
Federal Government Leasing
Landlord Representation
Tenant Representation
The FD Stonewater team has led the completion of over one million square feet of high-quality development projects for federal and commercial tenants. We also provide results-oriented construction management services for ground-up developments, build-to-suit projects, tenant build-outs and capital improvement projects.
Government Build-to-Suit
Construction Management
Corporate Build-to-Suit
FD Stonewater’s principals led the creation of six institutional real estate investment funds, acquiring 5 million square feet of real estate both as principal and in conjunction with institutional partners. We have also asset managed over $500 million in assets, totaling more than 5 million square feet. Our approach has delivered consistent results.
Single Tenant Opportunistic
Stabilized, Secondary-Market
Multi-Tenant Value-Add
Corporate Sale-Leasebacks
With 25+ years of principal ownership and asset management experience, FD Stonewater’s principals bring a level of expertise that is unmatched in the real estate field. FD Stonewater has completed $10 billion in real estate investment banking transactions and countless value-add due diligence and asset management assignments.
Asset Management
Corporate Advisory Services
Investment Banking
Key stats and track record
in investments, acquisitions, and advisory services
government build-to-suits completed
square feet of lease transactions
years of principal ownership and asset management experience
FD Stonewater is a boutique real estate brokerage, investment, development, and advisory firm with national capabilities delivered through entrepreneurial and thoughtful leadership. Collectively, the firm’s principals have been involved in more than $10 billion of investments and acquisitions and over 45 million square feet of lease transactions with 38 build-to-suit projects completed.
Latest News
Project Completion | Pennsylvania State Police Station and Training Center
June 7, 2022

FD Stonewater recently completed the development of a 46,000 SF ground-up build-to-suit facility to house the Pennsylvania State Police in Skippack, PA. The three-building facility is located northwest of Philadelphia and consists of a police station, state-of-the-art training center, task areas, and an indoor firing range. After the lease award, FD Stonewater acquired the previously …

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FD Stonewater Acquires Manufacturing Facility in Yuma, AZ
April 20, 2022

FD Stonewater has completed the acquisition of the Alside Distribution Center at 7550 East 30th Street in Yuma, Arizona. The 222,554 square foot, single-tenant manufacturing and distribution facility is 100% leased to Associated Materials, LLC, the parent company to the user Alside Window Company. The property was built-to-suit for Alside in 2005, and the long …

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FD Stonewater Completes Redevelopment for DEA Headquarters Complex
April 20, 2022

FD Stonewater recently completed the phased redevelopment of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) headquarters on behalf of ownership. The two-building complex at 600-700 Army Navy Drive, also known as Lincoln Place, is a Class A, 511,000 square foot, highly-secure facility located in Arlington County’s Pentagon City neighborhood. FD Stonewater also represented ownership on the …

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The Federal Workplace in the Aftermath of the Pandemic
March 29, 2021

By Norman Dong Managing Director at FD Stonewater Federal agencies are facing significant uncertainty about their space and facilities needs in the aftermath of the pandemic. Does the recent increase in telework reflect a temporary accommodation to get through the current public health crisis, or a more permanent way of doing business? After a decade …

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