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DC’s 1801 K Street trades owners in record-setting deal

​​​​​​Achieving one of the largest disposition prices ever in the greater Washington, DC office market, JLL Capital Markets brokered the sale of 1801 K Street for $445 million.

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Innovative financing secured for New York condominium skyscraper development/united-states/en-us/case-studies/503/111-west-57-street-condominium-developmentInnovative financing secured for New York condominium skyscraper developmentJLL's New York-based Capital Markets experts worked with the development partners to navigate the complexities around securing debt for a historical landmark.
The OPUS Group/united-states/en-us/case-studies/498/the-opus-groupThe OPUS GroupThe OPUS Group wanted to enter the speculative industrial market in Iowa and given the market data, needed investor sign off on project.
JLL transforms San Diego’s East Village with mixed-use project /united-states/en-us/case-studies/496/jll-transforms-san-diegos-east-village-with-mixed-use-projectJLL transforms San Diego’s East Village with mixed-use project JLL Capital Markets sources joint venture and construction financing for development site that will provide creative space for residents and businesses.
JLL attracts offshore buyer to Washington, DC’s multifamily market/united-states/en-us/case-studies/494/munson-hill-towers-as-first-multifamily-purchase-in-washington-dcJLL attracts offshore buyer to Washington, DC’s multifamily market​Foreign investors haven’t fully embraced the U.S. multifamily sector – but they’re certainly dipping their toes in the water. Munson Hill Towers sells for $57 million to Sweden-based Akelius US LLC.
Washington National Cathedral turns to JLL to save historic landmark/united-states/en-us/case-studies/486/washington-national-cathedralWashington National Cathedral turns to JLL to save historic landmarkJLL helped the Washington National Cathedral renovate a major historic landmark, while implementing an asset repositioning strategy to make it profitable for years to come.