CHANTILLY, VA—At the end of last year, JLL’s Bill Prutting made the argument that in 2016 the Chantilly-Westfields-Route 28 submarket could see a revival. So far, the year is off to a good start for this piece of Northern Virginia and if the pace of deals continues, Prutting could well be proved correct by year’s end.

Two more deals joined the handful of transactions that have occurred here in recent weeks. UNICOM Global acquired Washington Technology Park I & II at 15000 and 15010 Conference Center Dr., for $52.5 million.

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