Archive for Real Estate

There’s a New Look in Old Town…in 2015

Alexandria’s recent designs for its Robinson Terminal project have been put on hold for being “too trendy.” According to the Board of Architectural Review, the designs for the nine multi-family, mixed-use buildings are “generic or trendy magazine-inspired designs.” Once the plans are confirmed, the project will be sent to City Council for building to begin in […]

AEDP’S Mid Year Report

For the full report click here: Alexandria: The State of the Market

Redevelopment March Continues on the Alexandria Waterfront

Washington Post Sells Robinson Terminal Warehouses JBG and EYA are partnering to buy south terminal, while DC-based CityInterests will purchase north terminal.           http://oldtownalexandria.patch.com/groups/business-news/p/washington-post-sells-robinson-terminal-warehouses

National Science Foundation moving to Alexandria

This is a big win for Alexandria.  Hat’s off to Alexandria Economic Development Partnership, City officials and the Hoffman’s.   http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-business/post/national-science-foundation-headquarters-to-move-to-eisenhower-avenue-in-alexandria/2013/06/07/636b61d0-cf82-11e2-8845-d970ccb04497_blog.html  

Braddock Drops By Bisneyland

Braddock Drops By Bisneyland Ho there! Braddock Commercial Real Estate Services’ Steve Mutty, Tom Hawkins, and Chris Campagna stopped by Bisneyland this morning with authority, bringing with them City of Alexandria Town Crier Ben Fiore-Walker to proudly announce their arrival. Former CBRE vet Chris tells us their firm, established last April and based in Old […]

Post Election Leasing Boom or Bust?

From the Washington Business Journal By Daniel J. Sernovitz http://www.bizjournals.com/washington/print-edition/2012/11/02/leasing-boost-post-election-not-likely.html?s=print  The mantra among Washington’s commercial real estate brokers for the past year has been that things will pick up after the elections. It’s that notion, combined with the looming threat of billions of dollars in automatic spending cuts slated to go into effect early next […]

Braddock Commercial President Christopher Campagna quoted in CoStar Watch List Newsletter

  “Most of our clients have already accounted for the worst case, and pulled back,” explains Christopher M. Campagna, president of Braddock Commercial Real Estate Services in Alexandria, VA. “So, when the worst case does not materialize we will have a mini-boom of spending activity resulting in good leasing activity in the second and third […]

Office Markets Stagnate on Soft Hiring

In today’s Wall Street Journal Page A8  (ping me at cmc@braddockcommercial.com if you would like me to email you the article) From Wall Street Journal Office Markets Stagnate on Soft Hiring By ELIOT BROWN Companies added office space at a slow pace in the third quarter, leaving vacancies in U.S. office markets at high levels […]

What is next?

  What is next?  Tell us what you think the now closed GenOn power plant should become  Here is American Clean Skies Foundation vision for the site:  http://www.potomacrivergreen.com/   Potomac River Green  

Braddock Commercial President and Founder At Bisnow DC State of the Market Event

  Faces in the crowd: CBRE’s Randy Harrell, Braddock Commercial Real Estate Services president Chris Campagna, Hooff Law’sChurchill Hooff, and Melon Power CEO Craig Isakow. We’ll be back with more coverage tomorrow.   Bisnow held its annual DC State of Office conference at the Ritz-Carlton Renaissance yesterday, attended by Braddock Commercial President Christopher Campagna. If you missed it and […]

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