Two tech companies sign for 11K SF combined with Alexandria office building – Commercial Observer


Two companies signed leases at 909 Washington Street North, a 100,000 square foot office building in Alexandria, Virginia, bringing the building to full occupancy.

Oxygen forensic medicine, a provider of digital forensics software, signed a 7,839 square foot lease on the property, and technology company Group 473 leased a 3,019 square foot contract in the seven story building.

Edge represented the owner, 5 star financial, in both leases.

“909 N. Washington Street has benefited from its ideal location given the recent trend among businesses to prefer real estate away from high density areas, coupled with the building’s proximity to many amenities within walking distance. ” Scott rabin, an Edge partner, told Commercial Observer.

“Achieving 100% occupancy was a real team effort that was achieved despite the difficult headwinds encountered over the past year. “

The building, also known as Charles C. Blanton Building, was built in 1989 and features a brick and glass exterior. The property offers on-site amenities such as a fitness center, a tenants’ lounge and a private outdoor courtyard.

The property is close to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and within walking distance of many restaurants and hotels.

Joining Rabin to represent the owner was Todd mcmanus, vice president at Edge. Cole spalding, director of the McLean office of Newmark, represented Oxygen Forensics, while Kim Florin of Berkshire Hathaway represented 473 Group in the case.

Requests for comment from tenants and brokers were not immediately returned.

Keith Loria can be contacted at [email protected].


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