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Clarion Partners Sells Office Building in Northern Virginia for $90M

The asset is situated within Fairview Park, a three-building office park 15 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C.

FALLS CHURCH, VA. — Clarion Partners LLC has sold 3150 Fairview Park Drive, a 257,489-square-foot office building in Falls Church, for $90 million. The buyer was a fund managed by Apollo Global Management.

The eight-story building was fully leased at the time of sale and houses the global headquarters for General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a subsidiary of General Dynamics. The seller recently renovated the asset, which was originally delivered in 2001. Upgrades included adding an atrium lobby, rebuilding common areas and enhancing building amenities.

Bill Prutting, Jim Meisel and Matt Nicholson of JLL represented the seller in the transaction. The team also procured the buyer.

The asset is situated within Fairview Park, a three-building office park 15 miles west of downtown Washington, D.C. In October of this year, Newmark arranged the sale of 3170 and 3180 Fairview Park Drive.

“[The building located at] 3150 Fairview was highly sought-after due to its rare combination of a long-term leased global headquarters of a strong credit tenant, a fully renovated trophy asset and a submarket in Northern Virginia that has experienced one million square feet of leasing activity since 2017, with many tenants landing in Fairview Park,” says Prutting.

The New York City-based seller acquired the property in 2011.

— Alex Tostado

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