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Monday Properties Lands 343K SF State Department Lease In Rosslyn

1701 North Fort Myer Drive Rosslyn Monday Properties
Monday Properties' 1701 North Fort Myer Drive in Rosslyn

Monday Properties will combine two adjacent Rosslyn buildings into a single facility for the State Department after the General Services Administration signed a long-term lease renewal. 

The State Department is renewing its full-building lease at 1701 North Fort Myer Drive and the adjacent 1200 Wilson Blvd., expanding to fill the remaining vacancy in that building. The agency will add 57K SF to its current footprint, bringing it to a total of 343K SF. 

As part of the deal, Monday will create a secured, above-grade connector between the two building lobbies, turning the properties into a cohesive campus. 

Monday's Tim Helmig and John Wharton worked on the deal with FD Stonewater's Joe Delogu and Chad Habeeb. CBRE's Henry Chapman and Sarah Dunstan represented the government, working with the GSA's Santoni Graham and Gary Arabak. 

“We are proud that the State Department will remain a tenant of Monday Properties, and look forward to working together on the expansion that will consolidate these two buildings with a modern solution," Helmig said in a release. "Our significant investment into the single facility campus will upgrade the property to the latest government efficiency standards.” 

The adjacent properties sit one block south from Monday's 1812 North Moore, where the landlord signed Nestlé as a 206K SF anchor tenant in January.