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Marx Realty Signs Finance Firm and SIOR to Repositioned Herald Building

Marx Realty, a New York-based owner, developer and manager of office, retail and multifamily property nationwide, said financial services consulting firm FS Vector and SIOR have committed to long term leases at The Herald in Washington, DC. FS Vector will take 5,700 square feet and SIOR will take 5,000 square feet of space at the recently repositioned office building located at 1307 New York Ave. 

“We have received enthusiastic feedback from brokers and tenants based on our hospitality-infused aesthetic at The Herald,” said Craig Deitelzweig, CEO of Marx Realty. “The building is overflowing with the warmth, comfort and amenities reminiscent of the finest luxury hotels, while honoring the distinctive history of the building.” 

FS Vector was represented by Steve Burman of JLL and SIOR was represented by Matt Levin of Transwestern. The Herald at one time was home to the offices and printing presses of the Washington Times-Herald. 


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