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Penzance Buys Office Building in D.C.’s East End for $85M

Developed as part of Capitol Place, 50 F features a 3,500-square-foot conference facility with a 128-person capacity, a ground-floor deli and 134 parking spaces.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Penzance, a real estate owner, operator and developer based in Washington, D.C., has bought a 212,780-square-foot office building located at 50 F St. NW in the District’s East End. Washington Business Journal reports Tokyo-based Unizo Holdings Co. sold the property for $85 million, $24.5 million less than when the company bought it in 2016. Developed as part of Capitol Place, 50 F features a 3,500-square-foot conference facility with a 128-person capacity, a ground-floor deli and 134 parking spaces. The asset is situated three blocks from the U.S. Capitol Building and two blocks from Union Station.

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