RESTON, VA-Two recently inked leases in the outer suburbs of Northern Virginia–Reston and Herndon–are providing some anecdotal evidence that the DC area’s outer suburbs are starting to come back to life. 

One deal is a 30,000-square-foot lease inked by Penzance with NetWitness at the Parkridge Center Four, which is a six-story, 120,000-square-foot, class A office building just off the Dulles Toll Road at the corner of Hunter Mill Road and Sunrise Valley Drive in the Parkridge Center office park here. The building is owned and managed by Penzance Management and is currently 85% leased. Other tenants include Qwest, ScienceLogic, Avenity, GS5 and Logostech. Andy Klaff, Jake McInerney and John Dettleff of Grubb & Ellis represented Penzance, and Harry Klaff and Matt Coursen of Jones Lang LaSalle represented NetWitness.  

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