WASHINGTON, D.C. — HFF has arranged the sale and financing for the Jefferson Building, a 73,168-square-foot office building located in Washington D.C.’s central business district. Jim Meisel, Andrew Weir, Stephen Conley, Matt Nicholson and Dave Baker of HFF brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller, Invesco Real Estate, and procured the buyer, Marcus Partners. In addition, HFF’s Dan McIntrye and Jay Graham arranged acquisition financing through a balance sheet lender on behalf of the buyer. The purchase price and loan amount were not disclosed. The eight-story Jefferson Building, most recently renovated in 2016, is situated within walking distance to four Metrorail stations. The property was 87 percent leased at the time of sale to 12 tenants including SN/SI Networks LLC, International Center for Alcohol Policies, Relman, Dan & Colfax PLLC and London & Mead/Andrew J. Kline LLC. In addition, the Jefferson Building houses The Palm, one of D.C.’s landmark restaurants.