WASHINGTON, DC-Washington Harbour’s new owners have tapped Transwestern and Rappaport to serve as leasing agents for the Georgetown mixed use complex, located at 3000 and 3050 K streets, NW.
Transwestern’s Tom Hilley, Peter Prominski and Mary Fitzgerald will be leasing the office component. Rappaport’s Henry Fonvielle, Jim Farrell and Jason Yanushonis will be the retail leasing team.
3000 K Street is a 333,668-square-foot building dating back to 1986. It consists of 269,490 square feet of office space, 59,516 square feet of retail, a 2,146-square-foot fitness center and 2,516 square feet of space for storage and engineering.
3050 K Street is a 227,467-square-foot structure built in 1987. It consists of 170,065 square feet of office space, 13,648 square feet of retail, 18,825 square feet of townhouse office space and residential space on floors five and size, as well as in the penthouse.
There is also on-site banking, a concierge, a convenience store, a courtyard, waterfront views and a number of popular restaurants including Farmers Fishers Bakers, Sequoia and Tony and Joe’s.
The complex traded earlier this year to Principal Real Estate Investors on behalf of a consortium of South Korean investors for $370 million.