Foulger-Pratt Lands Equity Partner for $200M Tysons Office Building. But It Still Needs Tenants
Foulger-Pratt said Thursday it has secured equity financing from USAA Real Estate Co. for its $200 million-plus trophy office building in Tysons.
The 25-story office tower, Foulger-Pratt's first effort in Tysons, will be part of the $750 million Tysons Central, a 5.79-acre, 1.5 million-square-foot mixed-use project. The site includes the former Clyde's of Tysons, which closed in February 2017 to clear the way for the larger development.
Ballard Spahr attorneys Ray Truitt, Michael Kersten, and Emily Vaias, represented USAA on this project.
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