Trammell Crow Company inks 100,000 s/f with federal election commission
Washington, DC — Trammell Crow Company and joint venture partners, Cottonwood Partners and a subsidiary of a private real estate fund advised by Crow Holdings Capital – Real Estate, have signed a long-term lease for nearly 100,000 s/f with the Federal Election Commission at Sentinel Square II, located at 1050 First St., NE in Washington, DC. The Federal Election Commission will occupy the top four floors of the building in November 2017. “After having survived a historically anomalous low level of federal leasing in recent years, we are thrilled to have worked with GSA, JLL and FEC to provide a modern and efficient work space from which FEC can execute its critical mission,” said Thomas Finan, a managing director in Trammell Crow Company’s MidAtlantic office, “all while saving the federal government and American taxpayer significant dollars over the life of the lease.”
Sentinel Square II, part of the partnership’s 1.3 million s/f, multi-phase, class A office development located in the heart of Washington, DC’s popular NoMa submarket, features 280,000 s/f. The building is designed to meet Level IV security protocols and is LEED Silver, under US Green Building Council’s LEED for Building Design and Construction: Core and Shell Development. John Mowery and Eric Roberts of GSA and Jae Lee and Will Ruppe of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the tenant in the transaction.