WASHINGTON, D.C. — Walker & Dunlop has arranged $93 million in financing for a portfolio of mixed-use properties in Washington, D.C. The four-property portfolio totals 257,000 square feet in D.C.’s Chinatown neighborhood. Deutsche Bank provided $55 million in permanent financing for two of the properties. A 119,000-square-foot building at 800 F St. N.W. includes the International Spy Museum, office tenants Varian Medical Systems, Washington Media and Ziemba Waid Public Affairs, and nine apartment units. A 35,000-square-foot property at 425 Seventh St. N.W. includes a cluster of three-story buildings with office and retail space, featuring restaurants Carmine’s and Luke’s Lobster.
RBS Citizens provided $38 million in interim financing for the other two properties, including 704-718 Seventh St. N.W. and 726-738 Seventh St. N.W./702 H St. N.W. Those properties total more than 100,000 square feet in several buildings and Douglas Development is headquartered in the space.