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WASHINGTON, DC-As the year closes, the DC area real estate community is wrapping up business. Three leases closed recently in the area for a total of 213,075 square foot. In NoMa, the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board signed a 55,000-square-foot lease at 77 K St., NE. The agency is moving from 1250 H St., NW next October. The deal brings the 326,000-square-foot building, owned by Brookfield Properties, to 92% occupancy.

David Houck and Elizabeth Cooper of Jones Lang LaSalle represented FRTIB. Cassidy Turley’s Zeke Dodson, Jonathan Wellborn and Eli Barnes represented Brookfield. Other tenants in the 11-story building include congressional newspaper CQ-Roll Call and the IRS, which is occupying six floors. 

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