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|Bid||38.87 x 800|
|Ask||38.91 x 800|
|Day's Range||38.62 - 39.21|
|52 Week Range||33.30 - 43.21|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.70|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||117.99|
|Earnings Date||Nov 5, 2019 - Nov 11, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.90 (2.31%)|
|1y Target Est||40.00|
With Amazon.com Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AMZN) expansion into the region, concerns regarding the availability of affordable housing have hit a fever pitch. Enter Kimberly Driggins, a onetime employee of D.C.'s Office of Planning who is making her return to the region to help find solutions to the lack of affordability problems as the new executive director of the Washington Housing Conservancy, effective Oct. 14. Clinton will remain on the WHC board.
JBG SMITH , a leading owner and developer of high-quality, mixed-use properties in the Washington, DC market, today announced the sale of 1600 K Street for $43 million. 1600 K Street is an eight-story office building, totaling approximately 82,000 square feet, located in the CBD submarket of Washington, DC.
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JBG Smith Properties (JBGS) delivered FFO and revenue surprises of 46.43% and 25.59%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
JBG SMITH , a leading owner and developer of high-quality, mixed-use properties in the Washington, DC market, today filed its Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2019 and reported its financial results.
The Amazon CEO still owns 58.3 million shares. The company's stock closed at $1,855 per share on Thursday.
JBG SMITH , a leading owner and developer of high-quality, mixed-use properties in the Washington, DC market, today announced that its Board of Trustees has declared a quarterly dividend of $0.225 per common share, an indicated annual dividend of $0.90 per common share.
The owner of the DoubleTree by Hilton in Crystal City is gearing up for a play to capitalize on the 627-room hotel’s proximity to Amazon.com Inc.'s second headquarters. Tom Baltimore, CEO of the hotel’s owner, Park Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: PK), told analysts on its second-quarter earnings call Thursday that the hotel is one of several the company is evaluating as possible redevelopment opportunities. Baltimore noted the hotel, located at 300 Army Navy Drive, is “at the front door of Amazon’s office complex and expanded development here in Arlington and the D.C. area.” The back of the hotel property is just across South Eads Street from the planned Metropolitan Park development, which JBG Smith Properties (NYSE: JBGS) will sell to Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) for part of its HQ2 campus. “We’re working internally and also with Hilton about redevelopment of that asset and converting that brand possibly to a Hilton,” Baltimore said.
The premier structure on Virginia Tech’s $1 billion innovation campus at Potomac Yard could feature an array of multipurpose spaces where entrepreneurs and academics collaborate, according to a solicitation letter the university has issued seeking an architectural and engineering firm to design the academic building. “Engagement is also core to the mission of the Innovation Campus and the Academic Building is envisioned to be a part of an engagement ecosystem, providing spaces to connect Virginia Tech with its partners and community,” the request for proposal letter reads. It would be expected to reach LEED Silver certification, according to the RFP.
An Arlington-based firm including several former JBGers has bought the Union Square office complex in NoMa for $181 million, marking the venture's first acquisition in the D.C. area. Network Realty Partners teamed up with equity partner USAA Real Estate on the acquisition from an affiliate of CIM Commercial Trust Corp. The deal that closed Tuesday afternoon includes a pair of office buildings and a development site a short walk from Union Station in Northeast D.C. The acquisition came roughly two years after The JBG Cos. merged with the D.C. business of Vornado Realty Trust (NYSE: VNO) to form JBG Smith Properties (NYSE: JBGS).
Amazon.com Inc.'s planned Metropolitan Park towers, totaling 2.08 million square feet of office and 67,000 square feet of retail, would exceed the density currently allowed on the Pentagon City site by about 582,000 square feet. The 6.2 acres that make up Met Park 6, 7 and 8 were originally slated for 1.54 million square feet of multifamily housing, about 1,403 units, and 23,064 square feet of retail. When Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) agreed to buy the site from JBG Smith Properties (NYSE: JBGS), as part the $294 million land purchase it was allowed to build the site to about 1.56 million square feet.
Amazon.com Inc.'s cloud computing business has inked a deal to lease another whole office building in the Herndon area as it continues to expand its presence across Northern Virginia. Amazon Web Services inked a deal with Griffin Capital Essential REIT Inc. to lease all 270,000 square feet of 13820 Sunrise Valley Drive, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity. Representatives for Amazon could not be immediately reached for comment.
After more than three decades focused on the bricks and mortar of commercial real estate, the former head of Vornado Realty Trust’s D.C. business is shifting his lens to the technology that will drive those properties in the years to come. Mitchell Schear has been named an executive partner at Camber Creek, a Rockville-based venture capital firm focused on startups in the rapidly expanding property technology, or proptech, industry. The firm, launched in 2011, focuses on tech startups concentrating on real estate and the built environment, and it has lent its support to firms that include crowdsourced development company Fundrise LLC, data firm Compstak Inc., and Vornado spinoff WhyHotel Inc., among others.
JBG Smith Properties is proposing to add roughly 1,000 units to its RiverHouse apartment complex in Pentagon City as the Bethesda-based developer ramps up its multifamily plans in the shadow of Amazon.
JBG SMITH (NYSE: JBGS), a leading owner and developer of high-quality, mixed-use properties in the Washington, DC market, today announced that it has submitted plans to Arlington County for additional housing at its RiverHouse residential community located along the western edge of National Landing. JBG SMITH’s plan contemplates the continued operation of these three existing towers plus the additional units described below. This submission replaces a plan from the prior owner for the addition of a similar number of rental apartments contained within three new mid-rise towers.
Amazon.com Inc.’s planned pair of office towers at Metropolitan Park will have the same number of floors as the residential building next door. The 22-story HQ2 towers are expected to hit 322.5 feet at their highest point, according to plans submitted to Arlington County. JBG Smith Properties' The Bartlett, with its Amazon-owned Whole Foods Market on the ground floor, is 22 stories but only 264 feet tall.
Still fresh off of raising millions in venture capital funding, Amify Inc. is leaving Alexandria for a larger space in Arlington just a few blocks from Amazon.com Inc.'s second headquarters. The company, which markets, sells and ships products for other companies on Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), has signed a three-year lease with JBG Smith Properties (NYSE: JBGS) to take over the Crystal City space that was last rented by Trustify Inc., an embattled tech company that's now in bankruptcy and has faced a slew of legal issues. In all, Amify will lease 10,000 square feet at the 15-story 200 12th St. S. McAfee would not say how much the company would pay, but Amify plans to move in Aug. 1.
From local retailers to a banana stand, Amazon.com Inc. Wednesday offered a taste of what's to come for the residents and employees of Pentagon City's Metropolitan Park, the home of the first new HQ2 building. The Seattle company’s top real estate executive, John Schoettler, introduced the second headquarters to a standing-room-only crowd of about 200 residents. While he broadly explained the overall architecture and aesthetic, Schoettler's presentation was a distillation of how the Seattle culture could be translated in Arlington.
The Arlington County Board is scheduled to vote Saturday on a measure setting the stage for an expanded Crystal City Business Improvement District, to include sites where Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) plans to develop its second home, but the nonprofit needs more buy-in from property owners before it can unite the triumvirate being collectively branded as National Landing. Saturday's vote is a procedural one, to advertise a Sept. 21 public hearing on adding Pentagon City and the portion of Potomac Yard that falls within Arlington to the Crystal City BID's service area. BID President and Executive Director Tracy Gabriel said the effort has strong backing from property owners across what would be a unified BID area.
You've got to start somewhere, and for Virginia Tech's new innovation campus in Alexandria, that somewhere is the former Dressbarn and current Rack Room Shoes storefronts. Virginia Tech is seeking a special permit to open the initial portion of its $1 billion Potomac Yard campus inside those two spaces, which total just shy of 17,500 square feet, but the school said it could ultimately occupy up to 30,000 square feet, or 5% of the Lionstone Investments-owned big-box center.
JBG Smith Properties (JBGS) is a $6 billion REIT that invests in both commercial and multifamily real estate. The company is the most active developer in the Washington, D.C. area, with over 60 commercial and multi-family properties, notes John Freund, contributing editor of Bull Market Report.
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Virginia Tech will be an owner as well as a tenant at its proposed innovation campus by the planned Potomac Yard Metro station in Alexandria, but more precise details still need to be fleshed out following Monday's announcement. The university anticipates two buildings combining for nearly 600,000 square feet in the first installment of its 1 million-square-foot campus, university spokesman Michael Stowe said in an email. Virginia Tech disclosed earlier this week that the campus will be established on part of Houston-based Lionstone Investments' larger, 65-acre North Potomac Yard.
If you've been struggling to picture what National Landing will look like decades from now, Amazon.com Inc.'s new landlord and development partner has laid it out across 6,000 square feet. "National Landing is a big project. How does this actually fit together?" said JBG Smith Executive Vice President Evan Regan-Levine.
The former Obama staffer, now an exec with Amazon, participated in a panel Tuesday at Amazon's Public Sector Summit.