2021 Lawyers in Real Estate Awards
Last year, the Connect CRE team followed up our well-received Next Generation Awards and Women in Real Estate Awards with the inaugural Lawyers in Real Estate Awards. For...
2021 Women in Real Estate
Announcing the 2021 Winners for the Connect CRE Women in Real Estate Awards.
From hundreds of submissions, we have highlighted women with achievements and...
2021 Next Generation Awards
Connect Commercial Real Estate is proud to present the winners of our 2021 Next Generation Awards. In one of the most challenging years on record for the industry,...
Washington DC CRE News In Your Inbox.
Sign up for Connect emails to stay informed with CRE stories that are 150 words or less.
Greystar Breaks Ground on 20-story Apartment Building in Arlington
Greystar has broken ground on The Commodore, a 20-story apartment building in the Courthouse neighborhood of Arlington.
Greystar will oversee development, property management and residential leasing of the 423-unit facility, while CBRE is overseeing commercial leasing. The property is set for a 2023 opening.
“The Commodore will deliver much needed housing and placemaking retail at the seat of Arlington County government and bridge the gap between the Rosslyn and Clarendon Metro Stations,” said John Clarkson, managing director for Greystar. “As the first of two phases, Greystar looks forward to being a vested and long-term owner in this dynamic and strategically important submarket.”
According to Greystar, the Commodore’s strategic placement further serves as a catalyst for growth in the immediate area by offering an inviting and connected living space in Arlington.
The Commodore will sit at the highest point between Rosslyn and Clarendon with views of the National Mall, Georgetown and Northern Virginia. Apartments will range in size from micro-units to three-bedroom penthouses.
Lisa McDuffie arrives at ConnectCRE via REALTOR® world, where she served for nearly two decades as communications director for one of the nation’s largest REALTOR® organizations. She supported two membership-elected presidents who were commercial real estate practitioners, and managed the communications initiatives of the organization’s commercial special interest group.
When not following the latest commercial real estate news, Lisa is zeroed in on her charismatic off-the-track thoroughbred as he makes the transition from an utterly failed racehorse to a lovely show hunter.