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October 4, 2021

Skanska Signs Law Firm To 164K SF Pre-Lease To Kick Off Downtown D.C. Project

Skanska has landed one of the biggest D.C. office relocations this year, signing a law firm to take half of a new downtown project. 

Skanska Signs Law Firm To 164K SF Pre-Lease To Kick Off Downtown D.C. Project

The developer announced Monday it signed law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP to a 164K SF pre-lease for a new project it plans to break ground on this quarter at 1700 M St. NW. The global law firm signed a 16-year pre-lease and plans to relocate its D.C. office from 1050…

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A major federal agency has decided to pick up and move in one of the biggest office leases in recent years. The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to move its headquarters to a newly developed building in NoMa

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Dying North DeKalb Mall Poised For New Life Under New Owner Edens

Bert Ackermann bought a couch 10 years ago from the Macy's at North DeKalb Mall. The couch is still in Ackermann's living room in the Clairmont Heights neighborhood, but the Macy's is gone, as are many of the storefronts that made the mall, at one point, the shopping hub of Northeast Atlanta.

Dying North DeKalb Mall Poised For New Life Under New Owner Edens

“We're all watching that space and have watched it for a long as I've been here,” said Ackermann, the president of the Clairmont Heights Civic Association. "And I've watched it decline."A product of the early days of the indoor mall boom in the mid-1960s, North DeKalb Mall is now a relic, with…

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A new Netflix film studio in London, a hunt for hundreds of locations to park takeaway food delivery scooters and e-bikes, and JLL launching a global short-term apartment rental business. These disparate transactions, all in the last month, might seem unrelated, but they are tied together by a broader trend upending commercial real estate. 

All of these transactions or strategies stem from the worldwide digital revolution, which is creating entirely new real estate assets classes and opening up vast possibilities in traditional sectors. The fact that an ever-growing part of our lives happens in the online world is, ironically, reshaping the physical world. 

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