CBRE and Transwestern pick up exclusive listings in Northern Va.
- September 30, 2013
The Meridian Group has retained CBRE as the exclusive leasing agent for 430,000 square feet at Northern Virginia’s Greensboro Station, adjacent to the new Metro Silver Line station at Tysons Corner.
The three-building complex, spanning over 600,000 square feet at 1709-1710 Solutions Drive and 1707 SAIC Drive, was acquired by Meridian from Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) in July.
“In keeping with our long-term relationship with Meridian, CBRE is thrilled to be associated with this dynamic leasing opportunity in the heart of Tysons Corner. An exciting location, just steps from the new Greensboro Metro Station, together with Meridian’s extensive renovation program, position Greensboro Station to offer tremendous value to the tenant community,” CBRE Senior Vice President Terry Reiley said in a statement.
The 430,000-square-foot space was vacated by Leidos, a company formed from the national security, health and engineering solutions businesses after SAIC split itself in two last Friday.
The Meridian Group, a private equity real estate investment and development firm based in Bethesda, Md, plans a $20 million renovation that will include a new stairwell and lobby entrance providing direct access to the Greensboro Metro Station.
In another exclusive listing, Transwestern’s Institutional Commercial Group has been named sales agent for Sunset Corporate Plaza I and II, located at 11107 and 11109 Sunset Hills Road in Reston.
Sunset Corporate Plaza I and II, totaling 142,394 square feet, is located along the Dulles Toll Road (Route 267), three-fourths of a mile from the new Wiehle Avenue Metrorail station.
According to Transwestern, the asset is 71 percent leased with 41,200 square feet at Sunset Corporate Plaza II currently vacant.