Washington, DC Commercial Real Estate
Due in no small part to the city’s administrative and political importance on both a national and an international level, commercial real estate in Washington D.C. will always be in demand. From the systems supporting the country and the systems and service industries supporting them, to enterprises operating in any industry — on either a national or global scale — that need a presence in the capital, to countless more , D.C. commercial space presents an invaluable opportunity.See our listings
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Washington D.C. leads the nation in terms on sustainable building, ranking first for percentage of green-built commercial real estate. Out of the total number of properties with vacancies listed in our inventory, 212 are LEED-certified. See property data, listing details, and contact information for 729 commercial real estate for lease, with rents starting at $24 per square foot per year, and listing sizes starting at 38 square feet.
Manhattan Laundry Building
1 Space / 3,292 Sqft
The Demonet Building
2 Spaces / 15,959 Sqft
2000 M Street NW
5 Spaces / 20,706 Sqft
2 Spaces / 6,300 Sqft
10 G Street NE
1 Space / 20,494 Sqft
The A.S.A.E. Building
9 Spaces / 138,840 Sqft
1275 Pennsylvania Avenue
7 Spaces / 74,297 Sqft
American Psychological Association
4 Spaces / 35,612 Sqft
1331 F Street NW
2 Spaces / 6,000 Sqft
Washington Commercial Real Estate Market Stats
Although the office and retail sectors account for the bulk of non-residential commercial real estate within the city limits, Washington D.C. also has a lot to offer in terms of high-quality industrial spaces. The greater D.C. area is a well-established market for business and logistics parks, as well as flex office space, makerspaces of research and innovation, and more.
There are currently 13,317,981 square feet available across 1,277 spaces of all commercial property types. The listing inventory incorporates vacancies in 295 and 48 class A and class A+ properties, respectively, as well as 289 commercial constructions graded B, and 34 class C properties. 212 commercial buildings with space for lease are LEED-certified. The average listing size across all property types is 10,899 square feet. Available spaces range between 38 and 529,800 square feet in size.
Commercial rents for locally listed spaces start at $24 per square foot per year and go up to $95 per square foot per year. Trophy grade commercial real estate in Washington D.C. commands, on average, $52.44 per square foot per year. Class A commercial space rents for an average of $53.59 per square foot per year, while class B properties garner an average $44.97, and rates for commercial spaces in class C properties average $36.56 per square foot per year.
Commercial real estate news
From our blog
July 15, 2020
Lyda Hill Philanthropies and J. Small Investments recently announced their future-focused redevelopment plans for Pegasus Park. The project aims to boost the science and tech scenes in Dallas and turn the former ExxonMobil campus into a hub for innovation and social influence.Read more
July 7, 2020
Richmond, Va.-based commercial real estate investment firm Lingerfeld Commonwealth Partners (LCP) recently announced the sale of Buschwood III in Tampa, Fla., to fellow Virginia-based company Continental Capital Partners (CCP). The sale price was reported to be $10.35 million.Read more
July 3, 2020
Rexford Industrial Realty Inc., a real estate investment trust (REIT) focused on investing in and operating property in Southern California infill markets, recently completed the purchase of a five-property portfolio for $73.2 million. The acquisition incorporates 434,000 square feet of both value-add and institutional-quality assets.Read more