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Roetzel & Andress LPA

Situation/Process

  • Roetzel’s relationship with Jones Lang LaSalle dates back to 2007. As growth of the office continued, the firm realized in 2009 that is was time to establish an office that could accommodate their long-term business needs in Washington, DC.
  • The Jones Lang LaSalle team worked with Roetzel to determine the firm’s space requirements. Roetzel wanted to occupy a Class A office building in the East End of Washington, DC with easy access to the federal regulatory agencies.
  • We evaluated opportunities that fit Roetzel’s criteria and developed a short list of options. Through rigorous negotiations, one option stood out given its existing build-out, availability of furniture, unique building features and future expansion opportunities.

Results

  • In June of 2010, we secured a lease for 17,500 s.f. at 600 14th Street. The space was previously occupied by US Trust and provided Roetzel with high-end finishes and furniture that could be incorporated into the firm’s final design reducing construction costs & relocation expenses.
  • In addition to the high-end finishes the space allowed for 14’ finished ceilings- a unique feature in Washington, DC. Six months after lease execution, Roetzel elected to exercise an expansion option for 9,100 square feet bringing its total occupancy to 26,600 square feet.
  • Jones Lang LaSalle Construction was retained by Roetzel to act as the firm’s general contractor to renovate the existing space and expansion space.

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