Led by Anthony Westreich, Monday Properties is a respected real estate development and management firm that has maintained an extensive office building portfolio spanning New York and Washington D.C. for decades. Anthony Westreich has positioned the firm, which has been a net seller over the past three years, for acquisitions in a rebounding Washington. D.C., market.
As reported in Washington Business Journal, in June, 2016, the firm experienced a significant boost with the Crystal City startup Eastern Foundry’s announcement that it would expand to a second location in Rosslyn. The federal contractor incubation firm reached an agreement with Monday Properties for a 19,000 square feet full-floor lease at 1100 Wilson Blvd.
A key reason for selection of Rosslyn over locations such as Tyson’s Corner and Alexandria, was the community’s Metro accessibility to government districts. In addition, the local area has a high concentration of federal contractors and agencies.
1100 Wilson Blvd also saw the recent addition of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business as a lease signer and the renewal by Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., of a five-year, 100,000 square feet lease. This represents a successful repositioning of a building that previously served as the media firm Gannett’s headquarters.