The building, which has been repositioned to Class A sinceAdvance's acquisition of it in 1998, is now 97% leased. Advancespent $2.7 million in capital improvements on the 137,000-sf,two-story building.

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The deal also means Advance has now leased up some 98% of its DCportfolio.

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"Overall, the Washington DC portfolio has proven to be a highlyfavorable investment for Advance Realty Group," David Fisher,senior vice president and regional managing director of Advance'sDC region, says in a statement.

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In an earlier interview with GlobeSt.com Fishersaid that when the company reaches full occupancy in its DCportfolio, it will turn its attention to lease expirations set fornext year as well as further value-add acquisitions in thearea.

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