Friday, February 07, 2014

Report: World Bank unit eyeing 400K of Tysons HQ

Corporate-USA Today complex reportedly under consideration.
The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development is shopping for 400,000 square feet to buy in the Washington area, and one site it's considering is the Crystal Palace complex that houses Corporate and USA Today, according to a new report by commercial real estate trade site Bisnow.

In turn, the site says, Gannett is looking for 200,000 square feet in Arlington, Va.

IBRD, part of the World Bank, would vacate three sites that it's currently leasing, according to Bisnow, which didn't provide any sources for its story.

While Corporate has leased space to other tenants as it shrunk operations in recent years, I'm unaware of any plans to sell space in the complex, which has 820,000 square feet, according to the architect.

1 comment:

  1. The senior leadership team collective ego would never allow itself to share space with any entity with "world" in the title. Much too threatening for little minds who have only accomplished achievements by brown nosing and putting in time.


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