Planned for 21,304 square feet of Class A office space on property directly across from the Loudoun County Government Center.
Development site sold with 21,304 FARSF, at $100/FARSF.
A 102,500 SF Tractor Supply and Aldi anchored shopping center was 100% leased at the time of sale and had been substantially upgraded prior to lease up. At the time, cap rates were falling, commercial loan interest rates were at 40-year lows, and investors were aggressively seeking income producing properties. The sale was targeted to regional and national retail portfolio investors, and subsequently sold to a private REIT in NJ for $10,600,000 with an 8% cap on current income.
Great Falls, VA
Assisted owner in the development of over 18,000 SF of Class A office space in the desirable Great Falls submarket. Provided marketing and brokerage services to secure tenants and supervised tenant improvement allowances. Income producing property sale at approximately $300/building square foot five years following stabilization.
Gold Crust Baking Co.
Landmark represented Gold Crust Baking Co. in the purchase of a former 90,000 SF creamery and manufacturing facility located in the Cheverly Maryland Metro District. Following substantial renovation of the new facility and occupancy by Gold Crust, Landmark successfully marketed the company’s former 11,500 SF facility in Alexandria, VA to a coffee roaster and retailer located in DC since the early 1900’s. The Washington Business Journal awarded Landmark “Best Flex Building Sale for 2010” for its work..
Vienna Metro West
Represented 15.88 acres of R-1 zoned land contiguous to the Vienna Metro station. assisted the owner in creating an RFP process for solicitation of competing development proposals. As a result, the selling price based upon approved mixed use density with a price floor and no cap, ultimately resulted in a sales price at about twice the initial expectation.
This case established a new precedent for the county in determining the value of additional residential and mixed use density around Metro Stations on the Orange Line in Fairfax County.
Church & Market is a proposed mixed-use development in the heart of Leesburg's Downtown Historic District, featuring 125 modern apartment homes and 15,000 square feet of ground-floor retail/restaurant space in two distinct buildings. Only steps away from the many one-of-a-kind shops and restaurants Leesburg has to offer, Church & Market will transform the way you live.
Church & Market
Gunston Cove Business Center
Participated in the acquisition of 8.8 Acres of heavy industrial land in Lorton. Managed development of the site from entitlement to delivery with over 82,000 SF of warehouse and flex space.
Sold 25 industrial condo units at market pricing and appointed as managing agent by the owner controlled board continuously since 2006.
B&F Ceramics Design Showroom & Warehouse
Landmark Commercial provided site acquisition, project management and leasing services to client, B&F Ceramics Tilt concrete construction for distribution headquarters, totaling 92,000 square feet. Landmark was also retained to acquire a contiguous 4.6 acre parcel for expansion 8 years following delivery of the HQ facility.
B&F Ceramics Design Showroom & Warehouse
Landmark Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer, B&F Ceramics Design Showroom, Inc and will oversee pre-construction and construction of a 65,550 square foot tilt wall product as well as two retail buildings planned for the site, one of 21,000 square feet, and one of 24,000 square feet.
Arcola Commercial Center
Rezoning and Concept Plan Amendment approved to consolidate 5 parcels totaling 20.88 acres to GB zoning within the designed Village of Arcola.
Approved for 162,500 SF of office development with accessory outdoor storage. Employs green building initiatives including tree conservation, rainwater re-circulation for irrigation, and selective re-use of building materials.
Parkway Office Center
Participated in the acquisition of 10 Acres of commercially zoned land in the Town of Leesburg, configured for approximately 130,000 SF of Class A office space. Approved site plans in the Town of Leesburg subsequently revised for sale and development of a 104,000 SF Lowe’s Home Improvement Store in response to office market conditions.
Leesburg Auto Park
Participated in the acquisition of 20 Acres of commercially zoned land in Leesburg. Engaged in implementation and design of Auto Park. Currently working with Town of Leesburg to procure site plan approvals. All Board of Architectural Review Approvals in Place. Four Dealership Buildings totaling 100,000 SF.
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