Washington Post HQ Sale Put to Bed for $159M
December 3, 2013


Washington Post

It’s the place where eager reporters Woodward and Bernstein banged out the first accounts of the Watergate scandal on their typewriters and where publisher Katharine Graham became the first woman to lead a Fortune 500 company. And now the well-known Washington Post headquarters in downtown Washington, D.C., is about to come under new ownership for the first time. Graham Holdings, formerly The Washington Post Co., has agreed to sell the 470,300-square-foot office property to Carr Properties for $159 million...

Commercial real estate services firm Studley and JM Zell Partners Ltd. orchestrated the sales transaction on behalf of Graham Holdings, and the transfer of ownership of the Washington Post headquarters property is scheduled to reach completion in March 2014.

Washington Post HQ Sale Put to Bed for $159M




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