Real Estate

MCFA offers support services to our clients for complex real estate transactions.  Our real estate support services include: Feasibility Assessments and Concept Development; Site Identification and Design; Project Financing and Investment Options; Source Selection and Procurement Support; Business Case Analysis; Transaction Negotiation and Closing Support; Post-Transaction and On-Going Management Support; Legal/Litigation Support; and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Services.

US Navy Enhanced Use Lease Projects Opportunities

MCFA developed a number of P3 / EUL projects for the US Navy’s Washington District. These EUL efforts will allow the Navy to optimize and monetize their real estate assets in mission supporting ways.  These efforts are currently in various stages of development and include

  • Naval Air Station Patuxent River– Office and Administration
  • Washington Naval Yard – Office and Administration
  • Naval Weapons Station Indian Head – Energy and Date Center
  • Solomon’s Island – Resort and Recreation

EBLS Transit Oriented Development

MCFA was the lead entitlement consultant in the development of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) projects.  Efforts were concentered in Connecticut, Florida, Philadelphia and California.  A project of particular note was Station Park Green in San Mateo, California. MCFA  participated in the research, urban planning, entitlement and LEED accreditation of Station Park Green – a $500MM project slated at the former site of a 50,000 square foot K-mart “big box” that has been envisioned to become a model for new urban transit-oriented development planning practices. Located adjacent to existing light rail, the project will allow residents easy access to San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Station Park Green was designed as part of the US Green Building Council’s LEED for Neighborhood Development pilot program, which encourages developers to create environmentally-friendly commercial projects that conserve valuable energy and water resources and reduce automobile dependency, while also contributing to local job growth and community involvement of future residents. The (currently) entirely-paved, twelve-acre site will contain approximately 600 homes – comprised of a mix of market rate and affordable housing, 60,000 square feet of retail space, 10,000 square feet of offices, and two acres of publicly-accessible park land,