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McBride Real Estate Services, Inc. Negotiates Lease For Uber’s New DC Offices

McBRIDE REAL ESTATE SERVICES INC. NEGOTIATES LEASE FOR UBER’S NEW DC OFFICES Washington, DC – McBride Real Estate Services, Inc. has completed negotiations for Uber’s new Washington, DC office lease. Uber was represented by Richard McBride and Luke Joyce of McBride Real Estate Services, Inc. and Matthew Gannon of Vornado/Charles E. Smith represented the landlord.…

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Renewals – What to Expect

If your lease is nearing the end and your office is in the Washington area, you’ve probably heard from a whole host of real estate brokers about how much money they can save you if you were to renew your lease. Some, who don’t yet even know the details of your lease, might even promise…

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McBride Real Estate Services, Inc. Sponsors Inaugural “Sea Spawn Challenge”

Four members of McBride Real Estate Services, Inc. (Rob Blumel, Luke Joyce, Richard McBride and Peter Raczynski) participated in the inaugural “Sea Spawn Challenge” triathlon October 12th. Unlike conventional triathlons with a central start/finish/transition area, the Sea Spawn Challenge is a point-to-point event including a 0.5 mile swim from the mainland of West Ocean City,…

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DC Tech Incentives Overview

The following programs are available to Qualified High Technology Companies (QHTC). QHTC’s must be located in the District of Columbia, have at least two employees and derive most of their income from qualifying high tech activities. Corporate Income Tax Abatement/Reduction: 5 Year Exemption from Corporate Tax. Following the 5 Year Tax Exemption, Reduction of Corporate…

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Raising Height Limits in DC Could Raise Potential Dangers

Raising Heights Raises Potential Dangers As DC’s high density, commercially zoned areas within the District of Columbia approach being “finished”, a pubic dialogue has begun about easing height limits. For the past month, a number of groups have weighed in on both sides of the subject. Most recently, the National Capital Planning Commission (a federally…

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