Law Firm Fried Frank Extends 103,000 SF Office Lease at Lafayette Tower in D.C.

by John Nelson

WASHINGTON, D.C. — International law firm Fried Frank has signed a 10-year lease extension to continue to occupy 103,000 square feet at Lafayette Tower, an 11-story office building located at 801 17th St. NW in Washington, D.C. The firm will continue to occupy floors five through eight through at least 2037. Fried Frank is an original tenant of the building, which was delivered in 2010 and is currently undergoing renovations that include updates to the fitness center and rooftop terrace, as well as the addition of an indoor lounge and event space.

Kyle Luby, Matt Pacinelli and Andy Eichberg of Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, an affiliate of Morgan Stanley Real Estate Advisor, in the lease negotiations. Chau Leung, Mark Minich Jr., Tim Dempsey, Ramneek Rickhy and Stephen Siegel of Stream Realty represented the tenant. Lafayette Tower is currently 90 percent leased, with several speculative suites available ranging from 3,900 square feet to 8,000 square feet, according to Stream Realty.

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