Akridge announced today that AmeriSphere and two international firms will move to The Homer Building, majority owned by Mitsui Fudosan America. Together these firms will lease over 11,000 square feet of space in the building, which has seen tremendous leasing momentum since January. The Homer Building, which saw sustained leasing interest throughout the summer, offers turnkey solutions to Clients and provides creative deal structuring to help facilitate fast occupancy.
AmeriSphere, looking to grow the firm's presence in the metro area, will relocate its employees from Bethesda, MD to downtown Washington, D.C. The firm will occupy 7,500 square feet on the fifth floor of the building with an 11-year lease. This new Washington, D.C. location will serve as a regional office for employees that originate, underwrite, and service multifamily and health care mortgages...
Kim Roth and Jay Bothwell of Savills Studley represented AmeriSphere. Lucy Wadeson of Cresa represented the global medical device company. Dean Burch of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented the global insurance products and services firm. Wil Pace and Greg Tomasso of Akridge represented Mitsui Fudosan America.Akridge Welcomes AmeriSphere Plus Two Global Firms to The Homer Building
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