Colliers International DC announces the selection of the agency team of Mark Sullivan, Matthew Venos, and Martha Naughten as the exclusive leasing agents for 601 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, located in the East End submarket of Washington, DC by to Saul Centers, Inc., a real estate investment trust based in Bethesda, Maryland.
601 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW consists of 227,651 total square feet of Class A office space. Located on America’s Avenue, with monumental views, the building is located near DC’s many cultural and entertainment landmarks, including Capital One arena and even Michelin star rated restaurants. With approximately 63,500 square feet available for lease, including a full floor consisting of 29,069 square feet, 601 Penn offers a wide array of beautiful office options, for small and large tenants, looking for a Class A office space for their organization.
“With the continued rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine and the easing of some restrictions, D.C. has begun to see an increase in activity and new leases closing,” said Venos. “601 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW is already home to some of the city’s most prestigious tenants and with the property’s unbeatable location, quality and immediate access to Penn Quarter, Capitol Hill and more, we anticipate strong demand for its space moving forward.”
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