The Meridian Group Acquires International Place Office Building Near D.C. for $106.5M
International Center's amenities include a new ground-floor, 4,376-square-foot fitness center, conference facility and management office.
ROSSLYN, VA. — The Meridian Group has acquired International Place, a 293,539-square-foot office building in Rosslyn, for $106.5 million. Beacon Capital Partners sold the building, which is located at 1735 N. Lynn St. in an area of Northern Virginia that sits directly across the Potomac River from Georgetown.
International Place is across from the Rosslyn Metro station, which contains Blue, Orange and Silver lines and is only one stop away from Washington, D.C. The Pentagon, Reagan National Airport, Tysons and Dulles International Airport are also in close proximity.
The LEED-Gold certified building’s amenities include a new ground-floor, 4,376-square-foot fitness center, conference facility and management office. International Place also has “the largest potential for balconies and outdoor space in the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor,” according to the buyer.
The building overlooks the Jefferson Memorial, Memorial Bridge and Potomac River. It also features a centralized location near JBG Cos.’ newly constructed Central Place Development. This project features a 17,000-square-foot public plaza, a 377-unit residential tower and 45,000 square feet of ground-level retail.
Bill Collins, Paul Collins, Drew Flood and Shaun Weinberg of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller in this transaction.
— Nellie Day