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Partnership for Public Service Nonprofit Signs Lease at Hamilton Square

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Partnership for Public Service, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit, has signed a 26,615-square-foot lease at Hamilton Square, a 269,472-square-foot office building in D.C., with landlord CommonWealth Partners, Commercial Observer has learned.

Cushman & Wakefield (CWK) represented the tenant in the deal. The lease is for 12 years, but the rent was not disclosed. According to C&W’s Q1 Washington, D.C., office report, Class A office space in the area averages around $57.74.

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“It’s been a privilege working with Partnership for Public Service for the last 20 years,” Bruce Pascal, a Cushman & Wakefield executive managing director, said in a prepared statement. “It was extremely important that we found a space that would help them continue their mission in the most efficient way possible. Ultimately, we were able to find a fully furnished space with 13-foot ceiling heights, which is extremely rare.” 

Partnership for Public Service will be relocating from its current space at 1100 New York Avenue NW at the beginning of 2022. 

Located at 600 14th Street NW in the District’s downtown, the Hamilton Square building features a conference facility and rooftop with patio.

The nine-story building is close to the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Treasury Building and National Mall.  

CBRE (CBRE)s team ofRandy Harrell, Kevin Howard, Joe Coleman, Lara Nealon, Kaleigh Jones and Paul Adkins represented the landlord in the transaction. 

Keith Loria can be contacted at kloria@commercialobserver.com.