Phillip Thomas and Kimball Wood from Cassidy & Pinkard areleading the leasing efforts on behalf of Rreef. The building wasbuilt in 1982 and renovated in the mid 1990s. Current tenantsinclude Strategic Healthcare and Northrop Grumman.

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Space in the East End is at a premium, with few large blocks ofclass A office space available to law firms, associations andlobbyists--the typical tenants that set up operations in this partof the District. Exceptions do exist, of course. The law firm ShookHardy & Bacon LLP is taking 37,572 sf in anew building in the East End currently under development by TishmanSpeyer and Douglas Development. The building, 1155 F St., is set todeliver by January 2009. Then there is 1101 K St.,owned by the JBG Cos., which is still largely vacant after havingdelivered in 2006. JBG selected Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers tolease out the 310,000-sf office. But the rule for the East Endsubmarket is tight space and rental rates with little wiggle roomfor negotiations—even as new supplycontinues to enter the market.

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