Scheer Partners is proud to represent Federal Realty Investment Trust’s Headquarters Building

Scheer Partners is proud to represent Federal Realty Investment Trust’s Headquarters Building

Scheer Partners is pleased to announce an exclusive lease opportunity in Rockville’s premier community destination. 1626 East Jefferson Street has served as Federal Realty’s headquarters for 25 years and now offers a unique opportunity for a healthcare provider to serve the established surrounding community.

1626 East Jefferson is the only office building integrated on the same site as Congressional Plaza, one of Montgomery County’s most popular retail centers. The site’s proximity to the Twinbrook Metro Station, major roads and highways, a diverse and affluent residential community, and several retail and office developments (including the future Twinbrook Quarter development) provides unparalleled accessibility and amenities.

Across the region and country, hospital systems and healthcare providers are looking for new ways to establish themselves closer to where patients are, and top staff want to be. At the same time, they are moving away from the sterile and stressful stigma of medical visits. The location and physical features of this 24,340 Rentable Square Foot, natural light-filled facility offers a perfect opportunity for one or more healthcare providers to expand their services and address these industry challenges. Watch the virtual tour.

Carlyn Kelley and Nate Crowe of Scheer Partners are overseeing the leasing of this unmatched market opportunity.

About Scheer Partners:
Founded in 1991, Scheer Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm headquartered in Rockville, Md. With a focus on the greater Washington and Baltimore regions, Scheer Partners’ fully integrated services include tenant and landlord representation; strategic planning consulting; facilities and construction management; and investment sales, acquisitions and development. www.scheerpartners.com

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