Clark Construction: 4040 Wilson Project At A Glance
Published June 14, 2019
4040 Wilson Blvd., Ballston’s tallest and first vertically mixed-use building, is a trophy caliber building designed to achieve LEED Gold certification. To make this project possible, The Shooshan Company works with several partners including Jones Lang Lasalle, Brandywine Realty Trust, Kodiak Realty Services and Clark Construction, among others.
Handles the construction. As stated on their website:
“Clark is constructing a 22-story, mixed-use building at 4040 Wilson in Arlington, VA.
The first ten stories will include retail and office space, including a new headquarters for AvalonBay Communities and a VIDA Fitness center, while the top twelve stories will be comprised of apartment units. The building will feature two rooftop spa pools, as well as a terrace on the 11th floor.
The concrete will consist of post-tensioned slabs and the building envelope will boast brick, punched windows, and metal panels.
Leasing Team: Jones Lang LaSalle
JLL is a financial and professional services firm that specializes in commercial real estate services and investment management.
The Shooshan Company
The Shooshan Company is a privately owned investor and full service developer leading innovative real estate projects built on integrity and community commitment. We pride ourselves in being the local real estate developer of choice in Arlington, Virginia.
Brandywine Realty Trust
Brandywine Realty Trust is one of the largest, publicly traded, full-service, integrated real estate companies in the United States with a core focus in the Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and Austin markets.
Kodiak Realty Services
Kodiak provides a level of property management which is unique to the real estate market. Due to Kodiak’s owner operated model, specific focus, and on-site headquarters location for only three office building, the level of care and response time is great value to our tenants. Founded by Mr. John Shooshan and Mr. Martin Schnider in 2007, Kodiak recognizes that its mission is best achieved by empowering and expecting all employees to “do the right thing” in order to promote tenant satisfaction. Kodiak employees are motivated to exercise individual initiative, creativity, and loyalty to its principles.