Buildings at Tysons take home several awards at annual NAIOP event
A lease for a new headquarters building at Tysons and the expansion of Capital One’s headquarters were some of the standout projects during NAIOP Northern Virginia’s annual awards event.
More than 750 people from the commercial real estate community attended the event last week at the The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner.
Some of the 26 awards are listed below:
Real Estate Transaction (Lease)
Opower headquarters submitted by Cushman & Wakefield and located in Arlington County. Team member includes: Carr Properties. Opower, a cloud-based software for the utility industry, is relocating its global headquarters in Arlington to a new building at 2311 Wilson Boulevard. Opower will occupy the top three floors of the building.
Interiors – Tenant space 50,000 square feet and above
Capital One headquarters expansion at Tysons submitted by HITT Contracting Inc. Team members include: Lerner and IA Interior Architects.
Award of Excellence for WeWork/WeLive ( a coworking and living space) – Crystal City submitted by Vornado/Charles E. Smith and located in Crystal City. Team members include: Perkins Eastman, ARExA, and James G. Davis Construction Corp.
Speculative Office Building
Award of Excellence for 1775 Tysons Boulevard submitted by Lerner Enterprises and located in Tysons. Team members include: Kohn Pedersen Fox and Whiting-Turner.
Membership — Firm of the Year
Award of Excellence to HITT Contracting Inc.
Member of the Year
Award of Excellence to Edward V. Zaptin, vice president of leasing, First Potomac Realty Trust and NAIOP’s vice chair/membership.
NAIOP Northern Virginia is a chapter of NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. Its membership includes nearly 950 members serving the local Northern Virginia market.