Back in the early 70s, The Bernstein Companies were known for upscale condo conversions like the Colonnade, The Cathedral, Claridge House at 25th and K, Boston House near Brookings, and the Carlyle on Columbia Pike.
For those of you who think the market's slowed, the Bernstein Companies want you to know: They're ready to buy $250M worth of distressed properties in the next 12 months, in any asset class but retail, and preferably in a bunch of smaller deals (
Marriott ExecuStay, the corporate housing division of Marriott International, Inc. (NYSE:MAR), today announced that it will acquire the Baltimore and Annapolis, Md., corporate housing business of its franchisee, TempRentals, LLC, a division of The Bernstein Companies.
Just in time for Presidential Inauguration crowds, The Bernstein Companies’ 156-room Courtyard by Marriott Hotel on Washington, D.C.’s Embassy Row has undergone a major renovation adding upscale state-of-the-art amenities for comfort and convenien
The 238,000-sf office complex known as Campus Commons has found a new owner in the Bernstein Cos., which recently acquired the property from insurance and financial services provider USAA in a $40.5-million transaction.
Ownership of the 153,000-sf office building at 1750 K St. has changed hands with the St. Joe Co.'s disposition of the property to The Bernstein Cos. in a deal valued at $47.3 million. And what a difference a few years make; St.