WASHINGTON, DC—Talk on the street is that a CBD office hastraded for $127 million or $472 per squarefeet. A source tells GlobeSt.com that the MRPRealty-Rockpoint Group JV is buying the building fromMiller Global Properties.

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The building is 97% occupied by such tenants as District ofColumbia Public Service Commission, Institute of InternationalFinance and Thomson Reuters Corp.

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The last time it traded was in February 2008 for $130million.

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Another CBD office trade that flew under the radar, perhapsbecause of the building's size, is 1915 Eye St.,NW, a 20,425-square foot building, that sold for$8.7 million to Empire Leasing. NewmarkGrubb Knight Frank brokered the sale of the eight story,fully-occupied CBD building.

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Meanwhile the commercial real estate community is keeping on aneye on a handful of pending blockbuster deals that, rumor has it,are in the works.

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These include the expected $440 million purchase of 1801 K St., NW, by MiraeAsset Financial Group and Zuckerman Gravely's purchase of 1625 K. St., NW, fromShorenstein Properties for a rumored $46.3 million. Also 11 DupontCircle is said to have found a buyer.

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