Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) announces the sale of 225 Reinekers Lane in Alexandria, Virginia. The 132,304-square-foot Class A building, known as King Street Station II, was purchased by a partnership of Altus and Ascentris.
“King Street Station II checks all the boxes for investors in the Northern Virginia market, offering an opportunity to add value to a transit-oriented asset in the mature Carlyle neighborhood with an outstanding walkable amenity base,” said NKF Executive Managing Director James Cassidy.
Originally built in 1988, King Street Station II has undergone significant capital improvements over the past few years. In 2015, investments were made in a new lobby and fitness center resulting in 52,000 square feet of new leasing activity.
“Located across the street from the King Street Metro station and the Virginia Railway Express train and just off I-495, the building offers great accessibility. In addition, this location is only two Metro stops from Reagan National Airport and three stops from National Landing, the new home of HQ2 and Virginia Tech’s new $1 billion campus,” said NKF Executive Managing Director Jud Ryan.
King Street Station II is exceptionally well-positioned in the vibrant Carlyle/Old Town Alexandria neighborhood and is steps to Whole Foods and close to a variety of retail.
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