Lincoln Property Company Announces Lease by Atlantic Council at The Executive Building

Washington, D.C., (November 8, 2012) – Lincoln Property Company is pleased to announce the recent lease of 27,594 sq. ft. by The Atlantic Council of the United States at The Executive Building, located at 1030 – 15th Street, NW.  The building is owned by Invesco’s Core Fund and managed by Lincoln Property Company, with 82,779 sq. ft. remaining on multiple floors.  This transaction was handled for the owner by John Benziger, Ed Gilpin and Adam Biberaj of Lincoln Property Company; Kurt Haglund and Dan Sheridan of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the tenant.

Now in its 50th year, the Atlantic Council applies its founders’ vision to a broad spectrum of modern global challenges, from violent extremism to financial instability and from NATO’s future to energy security. The Atlantic Council provides an essential forum for navigating dramatic shifts in economic and political influence, and is home to ten programs and centers, broken down both functionally and regionally, which seamlessly work together to tackle today’s unique set of challenges.


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