Winchester Homes, Bronfman Rothschild Sign Leases at Foulger-Pratt’s Park Potomac
Transwestern today announces Winchester Homes Inc. and Bronfman Rothschild have signed leases totaling 35,199 square feet at 12435 Park Potomac Ave., bringing the Potomac, Maryland, office building to 95 percent occupancy. The property is part of Foulger-Pratt’s Park Potomac mixed-use development, which currently stands at 585,000 square feet of existing development and will total more than 2 million square feet when completed. Transwestern’s leasing team includes Phil McCarthy, Keith Foery, Guy Copperthite and Mark Boyce.
“This property generates a great deal of interest from prospective tenants,” said Foery. “Foulger-Pratt has done an amazing job of combining trophy-quality office buildings with an array of unique walkable amenities and restaurants at Park Potomac. This building is more than just a modern, well-designed workspace; it’s part of a amenity-rich community that also offers free shuttle bus service to the White Flint Metro Station and direct access to Interstate 270 and Montrose Road.”
Winchester Homes Inc., represented by JLL’s Pete Briskman and Brandon Copeland, signed a 20,598-square-foot lease for its regional headquarters. Wealth management advisor Bronfman Rothschild, represented by Cresa’s Tom Birnbach, signed a 14,601-square-foot lease for its national headquarters.
“We’re very excited to have Winchester Homes and Bronfman Rothschild commit to 12435 Potomac Ave.,” said Robert Kelly, Senior Vice President at Foulger-Pratt. “Park Potomac has all the elements to attract and retain high-caliber firms and their employees for the long-term. We have plans on the horizon for even more development to enhance the everyday experience at Park Potomac”
Completed in 2016, 12435 Park Potomac Avenue is a 131,000-square-foot office building featuring modern stone and wood lobby finishes, 9-foot ceilings, ample natural light, and an on-site fitness center with lockers and showers. The project includes 150 town houses, 153 luxury high-rise condominiums, and more than 75,000 square feet of retail, with plans for additional office and retail, including an entertainment concept.