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Boston, MA

451 D Street

451 D Street is a 477,100 SF nine story, multi-tenant office building in Boston’s burgeoning Seaport District, with excellent access to mass transit and major highways.

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Bethesda, MD

6555 Rock Spring Park

6555 Rock Spring Park is a 232,300 SF office building is situated in the heart of Rock Spring Park in North Bethesda, Maryland offering triple power redundancy and serving as the headquarters of the CIT division of NIH.

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Hamilton, NJ

American Metro Center

American Metro Center is a 492,900 SF interconnected three building complex in Hamilton, New Jersey, the result of a dynamic transformation of the American Standard manufacturing facility into a Class A, state of the art, office campus.

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Providence, RI

One Financial Plaza

One Financial Plaza is a Class A, 322,300 SF, 28-story office tower located in Providence, Rhode Island. The Property, one of the most prominent office buildings in Providence, is located at the epicenter of the Central Business District, offering unobstructed views of the State House, Providence River and Narragansett Bay.

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Norristown, PA

Valley Forge

Valley Forge Corporate Center I & II is a 118,400 SF complex consisting of two commercial office buildings, occupied by two high credit tenants, located just outside of Philadelphia.

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Boston, MA

711 Atlantic Avenue

711 Atlantic Avenue is a 99,200 SF brick and beam building featuring high ceilings and abundant natural light, conveniently located across from the South Street Station, Boston’s major transit hub.

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Stafford, VA

50 Tech Parkway

50 Tech Parkway is a Class A, three-story, exterior brick veneer office building built in 2006 with a total rentable area of 94,000 SF situated on a 7-acre parcel.

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Boston, MA

201-207 South Street

Two interconnected building in Boston’s leather district acquired by Meritage in late 2013 at 73% occupancy with below market rents.  Increased building RSF through conversion of below grade space to windowed office space, repositioned through rebranding and common area upgrades, and actively leased to TAMI tenants. In just two years of ownership, executed strategy and increased NOI for an exit generating exceptionally strong returns.

Stamford, CT

One Dock Street

Class B+ transit oriented 86,400 SF brick and beam office in Stamford, CT acquired at 90% occupancy facing significant lease expirations. Property had environmental challenges that were appropriately assessed, while viewed as insurmountable by other potential buyers. Renovations to lobby and common areas and re-branding facilitated leasing of more than 52% of building above pro forma rents, bringing occupancy to 100% within 18 months. During two year hold, increased net operating income by 30%, resulting in nearly two-fold ROI.

New York, NY

240 West 35th Street

Acquisition of 162,500 SF NYC office building, fully leased with significantly below market rents and meaningful upcoming rollover. Immediate upgrade of lobby, common corridors and restrooms facilitated repositioning to attract upscale TAMI and fashion tenants. Despite challenges of purchase in midst of 2008 recession and bankruptcy of two major tenants in first year, property was transformed. End of fund life required sale earlier than desired, nonetheless achieved new high for psf pricing for local market and profitable exit.

Washington, DC

1411 K Street

Acquisition of poorly managed but 100% leased building well-located in downtown Washington, D.C. with well below market rents and significant value creation opportunities. Repositioning through façade renovation and new windows, new lobby and common areas, and upgraded HVAC system facilitated building turnover to quality tenants at 25% higher market rents. In two year hold period generated strong double digit returns for investors.

Boston, MA

Tower Point

Purchased 153,800 SF brick and beam office property in Boston’s Seaport in midst of 2008 financial crisis. Recognizing future value of transformation of Seaport market, invested in fitness center and aesthetic upgrades of lobby, elevators and common areas. Overcame departure of nearly 70% of tenancy due to bankruptcy and pressures on government agency occupants with attraction of TAMI tenants at higher market rents. Despite facing a series of challenges, secured successful exit earlier than desired but required for fund investors.