Arlington County Department of Human Services (DHS) has signed a lease for 217,000 square feet at Sequoia Plaza, a three-building complex on Washington Boulevard in Arlington. Savills Studley, a commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant representation, advised the county in the transaction to consolidate the agency’s administrative offices, health clinic, community-based rehabilitation, crisis intervention, mental health, substance abuse and psychiatric services.
“After occupying several leased and owned facilities across Arlington County, consolidating at one location was a smart decision for DHS. Not only are they upgrading the quality of their facilities, but providing an accessible one-stop centralized location for their clients, improving space utilization and creating significant operational and economic efficiencies,” Savills Studley Corporate Managing Director Mark Roberts said in a statement.
He led the transaction on behalf of DHS along with Managing Director Tim Foley, and Assistant Director David Cornbrooks.Arlington County agency expands at Sequoia Plaza
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