David Mitchell joins lease management software company LeaseAccelerator Inc.
Reston-based lease management software company LeaseAccelerator Inc. announced Tuesday it has named David Mitchell as its chief revenue officer. Mitchell was most recently senior vice president of worldwide sales at McLean-based cloud computing company Appian Corp. In his new role, he will focus on sales execution in North America, Asia-Pacific and Europe, the Middle East
Tenants include Starbucks, Potbelly and Sleep Number
Two retail spaces in a Harrisonburg shopping center have sold for a total of $5.25 million, Harrisonburg-based commercial real estate brokerage Cottonwood Commercial announced Monday. The 2,500-square-foot Starbucks unit and a 5,000-square foot unit occupied by Potbelly Sandwich Shop and Sleep Number, a bedding store, were purchased by Zag Properties Inc. from 1756 EM LLC.
Brittany Place includes 148 two-bedroom units
The Brittany Place apartment complex in Norfolk has sold for $17 million, New York City-based commercial real estate company Berkadia Commercial Mortgage LLC announced late last week. Located at 6143 Edward Street, the complex includes 148 two-bedroom units. The Affordable Housing Corp. sold the property to 6143 Edward Street LLC in a transaction that closed
Katie Mahon to oversee Va., D.C. and Md. markets
Commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE has named Katie Mahon as its senior managing director and retail lead for its mid-Atlantic division, which includes markets in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Maryland, the company announced late last week. In her newly-created role, she will oversee CBRE’s retail operations and growth strategy. Mahon assumed her
The Institute for Defense Analyses currently occupies the building
The Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) signed a lease with the city of Alexandria, which will move the city Department of Community and Human Services and the Alexandria Health Department into the current IDA headquarters building in the Mark Center development in 2023, following renovations. Depending on leasehold improvements, the transaction price will fall between
Loretta L. Cataldi will manage operations, leasing, company growth
Virginia Beach-based real estate company Divaris Real Estate Inc. announced Tuesday it has named Loretta L. Cataldi as principal and managing broker. In her new role, she will work in Divaris’ Richmond office leading office operations, leasing activities, recruiting, mentoring and company growth. Cataldi was most recently partner at The Shopping Center Group, and has
Three Maryland development and property management firms are vying for contract
George Mason University on Monday announced three development and property management firms as finalists to build and operate its proposed $250 million Institute for Digital InnovAtion (IDIA), set to open in September 2025 on its Arlington campus. The university released a request for proposals in February, to which 105 developers responded. The finalists are Columbia,
Massimo Zanetti Beverage USA Inc. expanding Portsmouth HQ, operations
Massimo Zanetti Beverage USA Inc. (MZB-USA) announced Thursday it will build a 355,933-square-foot distribution center in Suffolk to support its headquarters and main coffee roasting operations in Portsmouth. The distribution center will be located in the Virginia Port Logistics Park, which is located approximately 30 miles from the Port of Virginia. Construction on the warehouse
Stay will give Northam time to implement statewide rent relief program
With almost 400,000 Virginians still unemployed due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s economic fallout, Gov. Ralph Northam has announced a temporary statewide moratorium on eviction proceedings in the commonwealth, to remain in effect through June 28. Granted by an order from Virginia Supreme Court Chief Justice Donald Lemons, the moratorium will pause evictions will the Northam
The 88,862-square-foot property is 93.6% leased.
The Gainsborough Square shopping center in Chesapeake sold on June 2 for $13.6 million, according to city property records. Virginia Beach-based Armada Hoffler Properties Inc. (which declined to state the sales price) sold the 88,862-square-foot property to Slate Asset Management, according to a June 3 announcement from Colliers International. The property last changed hands in