JBG Cos. Sells Class A Office Building in D.C.’s Georgetown District for $141.8M

by John Nelson

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The JBG Cos. has sold a Class A, eight-story office building located at 1025 Thomas Jefferson St. in Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown district for $141.8 million. HFF represented JBG Cos. and procured the buyer, Alduwaliya Asset Management, a private investment vehicle based in the United Kingdom that represents a high net-worth family in Qatar. The 317,248-square-foot building is situated directly across from Georgetown Waterfront Park and Washington Harbour. The building was 96 percent leased at the time of sale to 22 tenants including Palantir Technologies, the American Institutes of Research, Carlton Fields, Education Development Center and Combined Properties. Built in 1984, 1025 Thomas Jefferson features two multi-level courtyards with fountains, a brick façade, fitness center, deli, Metrorail shuttle and 268 below-grade parking spaces. Jim Meisel, Dek Potts, Andrew Weir, Stephen Conley and Matt Nicholson led HFF’s investment sales team in the transaction.

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