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Akridge, Stars Investments to Convert Two Properties in D.C. into One Trophy Office Building

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Akridge and its partner, Stars Investments, plan to redevelop 1101 and 1111 16th St. N.W. into one freestanding, 100,000-square-foot trophy office building. One block away from the new Fannie Mae headquarters and within view of the White House, the new property will feature a fitness center, rooftop terrace and parking. Akridge recently purchased the two assets from the American Beverage Association and the American Association of University Women. Eric Berkman, Steve Gichner and John Boland of Cushman & Wakefield brokered the transaction on behalf of the sellers. The new 1101 16th Street building will deliver in 2017.

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