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Bridge Investment Group and EnCompass LLC have inked a lease deal for the latter at Station Square in Silver Spring, MD.

EnCompass Takes 21K-SF at Station Square Office Complex in Silver Spring

Bridge Investment Group has executed a new office lease with EnCompass, LLC, for space at Station Square, a 510,200-square-foot, three-building Class A office complex in Silver Spring, MD.

Ben Powell of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord in the transaction. EnCompass was represented by Mike Alcamo from The Tenant Agency.

According to Bridge Investment Group, the 20,588-square-foot, the 11-year deal reflects companies gravitating to new or recently repositioned office product that incorporates high-end amenities, flexible workspace and connectivity to residential areas, shops and restaurants in an effort to recruit talent.

“Station Square is Exhibit A for how office owners are allocating capital to better compete and stay relevant in this new era of in-person work, with the pandemic serving as a clear dividing line between the past and future,” said Brian Tretinik, managing director at Bridge Investment Group.

EnCompass, a woman-owned consulting firm that partners with government, multilateral and nonprofit organizations, is moving from Rockville, MA.

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