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  • The team behind cult beer favorite Bardo Brewpub is cooking up a much larger project for this summer: a 2-acre beer garden and park on the Anacostia River next to Nationals Park. Bardo announced the project on its Facebook page Saturday morning with a video "made" by the brewpub's mascot, Bardawg, promoting an indiegogo campaign to help fund the project. Owners Bill and Andrew Stewart are trying to raise $200,000 for the beer garden. They are planning an "extremely tentative" July 1 opening. Bardo,…

  • Kinship Capital, the real estate investment arm of Chicago's Searle family, has been quietly building its portfolio in a Sunnyvale neighborhood ripe for future growth. Over the last few months, an entity affiliated with Kinship has acquired three buildings totaling some 165,000 square feet of space. The transactions give the Kinship-affiliated entity 810 W. Maude Ave., 870 W. Maude Ave. and 470 Potrero Ave — a trio of buildings in an area where Apple has been making big plays of late. If one…

  • The Metropolitan Park East and West office buildings in downtown Seattle have sold for just over $272.8 million, according to public records. That's 30 percent more than what the office campus – known locally as the "Twin Toasters" for their shiny exteriors and boxy shapes – sold for less than three years ago. The price is the highest paid for a real estate asset so far this year in King County. Documents that King County recorded on Friday show that CBRE Global Investors of Los Angeles bought…

  • Equinix's big land acquisition this week isn't the only recent real estate activity in Edenvale. DeVry Education Group Inc. recently leased 48,802 square feet at 5883 Rue Ferrari, a building in the Edenvale Business Park. The company, which operates the Carrington College network of for-profit private colleges, was already in the neighborhood at 6201 San Ignacio. The new lease is not a major size increase, but allows the school to have newer, updated facilities and more parking, said Patty Steele,…

  • Monument Realty has formed a joint venture with Modus Hotels and the Cafritz Co. to develop a micro-hotel on an H Street NW site in Chinatown once planned for an 80,000-square-foot office-and-retail building. The partners are planning to build a 230-room micro-hotel at 627 H St. NW with ground-floor retail space. Construction on the $60 million project is slated to start later this month with delivery expected in 2016. While the site was initially planned for office, Monument President Michael Darby…