Transwestern Touts Role in Sale of 1900 M St, NW
Transwestern said Tuesday that it brokered the sale of 1900 M Street, an eight-story, Class A office building totaling 112,687 square feet. The property was acquired by Rockose of New York City.
Transwestern’s Institutional Commercial Group brokered the sale on behalf of Madison Square Associates.
Transwestern did not disclose the price of the property, but citybiz real estate reported in September that the asset would trade for about $55 million.
SEE: Rockrose Under Contract to Acquire 1900 M St, NW for $55M
1900 M Street is a multi-tenant corner building that is 89 percent leased to tenants including Levick Strategic Communications, Sherman Meehan and IESC. The property was originally constructed in 1975 and renovated in 2000.
It is located in the Central Business District on the southwest corner of 19th and M Streets, two blocks from both the Dupont Circle Red Line Metrorail Station and Farragut West Blue/Orange Line Station.
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