The D.C. region’s transit agency is leaving the building it has called home since the opening of the Metro system. WMATA plans to move its headquarters from the Jackson Graham Building in Chinatown to a L’Enfant Plaza office building at 300 Seventh St. SW, the agency announced Tuesday. More
Although the Washington, D.C.-area economy is strong and increasingly tech-focused, upcoming challenges for the market could include higher interest rates, a lack of affordable housing for young families and disruptive competition for hoteliers.
After releasing an RFP in April and narrowing it down to three choices in October, the DC government has selected a proposal for the Crummell School redevelopment in Ivy City. The District chose StonebridgeCarras, Profish and Jarvis Co’s proposal, which received the most support from the neighborhood organization, to redevelop the 108k SF site close to New York Avenue NE. More
The Fair Chance Butterfly Bash had more than 700 guests and 50 corporate sponsors for an evening of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, live music and dancing. Here, Fair Chance executive director Gretchen Van der Veer, event emcee and host of Fox 5’s Good Day DC Paul Wharton, Fair Chance founder Amanda Marshall with Debbi and Ernie Jarvis, who were honored for their commitment to community initiatives and dedication to youth-serving nonprofits in the area. More
Radio One, which owns 55 radio stations and is currently HQ-ed at 1010 Wayne Ave and 8515 Georgia Ave in Silver Spring, is exploring options for relocating to either DC or elsewhere in Montgomery County, including a possible renewal, the Washington Business Journal reports. Ernie Jarvis (snapped above earlier this year) and his Jarvis Commercial Real Estate will be repping Radio One, Ernie confirmed to Bisnow yesterday. More
Radio One Inc. has launched a search for a new headquarters in the D.C. region as it weighs a potential relocation from its current home in Silver Spring. More
Ernie Jarvis has been all over the DC commercial real estate scene, as a leader and broker for the largest firm in the world and as a senior officer for one of the region’s most prominent REITs. Starting next week, he’s striking out on his own and launching a new brokerage firm, Jarvis Commercial Real Estate. More
Anyone who’s ever talked for any length of time with Ernie Jarvis will come away knowing he has an institutional knowledge of Washington spanning every ward and business district, from the best vantage points overlooking D.C.’s skyline to the most active leasing markets for tech to the most vibrant happy hour spots. More
Ernie Jarvis, former Washington, D.C. market leader of First Potomac Realty Trust and CBRE, announces the launch of Jarvis Commercial Real Estate, a full-service brokerage company based in Washington, D.C, one of the most significant U.S. markets.