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Crystal City, Rosslyn Clean Up at Commercial Real Estate Awards

Crystal City and Rosslyn were big winners at the NAIOP Northern Virginia commercial real estate development awards yesterday.

Projects and transactions in the two Arlington communities accounted for nearly a third of the 25 awards given out by the organization last night. Adding to Arlington’s haul was one award for a building in Clarendon.

The Arlington winners included:

  • Monument View in Crystal City — Best Real Estate Transaction – Sale, Award of Merit
  • 1776 Wilson Boulevard in Rosslyn — Best Real Estate Transaction – Sale, Award of Excellence
  • CEB Tower at Central Place in Rosslyn — Best Real Estate Transaction – Lease, Award of Merit
  • WeWork in Crystal City — Best Real Estate Transaction – Lease, Award of Excellence
  • Crystal Tech Fund in Crystal City — Best Interiors 0-14,999 SF, Award of Excellence
  • Vornado/Charles E. Smith DesignLab in Crystal City — Best Project Marketing, Award of Excellence
  • Presidential Towers in Crystal City — Best Building Common Area, Award of Merit
  • 3001 & 3003 Washington Boulevard in Clarendon — Best Speculative Office Building 7 to 14 Stories, Award of Excellence
  • 1812 North Moore Street in Rosslyn — Best Speculative Office Building 15 Stories and Above, Award of Merit

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