THE AKRIDGE DIFFERENCE

Invested
Akridge is a full-service commercial real estate company and a prominent investor and developer in the Washington, DC region and North Carolina. We invest in, develop, and manage commercial real estate, from office buildings to mixed-use space. Since our founding in 1974, Akridge has acquired, developed, or entitled over 14.2 million square feet of commercial real estate and land.

We believe in transforming the cities we call home through places that make working more productive, playing more delightful, and living in our city more harmonious. Akridge is committed to sustainable development and operating practices, and has been recognized as an Energy Star Top Performer and Energy Star Partner of the Year. Some of Akridge’s most notable projects include the 1 million square foot Gallery Place, the internationally recognized Homer Building, and the 3 million square foot Burnham Place air rights development project at Union Station.

A Tradition of Creating Value
Akridge is proud to invest, build, and operate properties that provide lasting value for our investors, quality work environments for our Clients, and vibrant neighborhoods for our community. Our fully integrated platform allows us to enhance a property’s value throughout every stage of development and operations.

We acquire and develop properties that generate consistent and strong, above-market returns for our investment partners. Our developments become destinations that attract high-quality Clients and make neighborhoods more desirable.

Our comprehensive real estate knowledge and experience enables us to create smart investment strategies that respond to market opportunities. Our operating and development expertise gives us an unparalleled ability to execute these strategies and deliver exceptional results.

Akridge invests like an operator, and operates like an investor.
43 years in business
Manage 3.6 million square feet at an estimated value of $2.0 billion
9 million square foot pipeline and a portfolio valued at $2.4 billion