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1050 K Street, NW Washington DC, 20001
1050 K Street will be an 11-story office building with about 140,000 sq. ft. that will include ground floor retail and more than 100 underground parking spaces. A temperature and humidity controlled penthouse art gallery leads outside to a haiku-inspired rooftop garden of natural bamboo and grasses. The building will be Gold LEED certified. July            2008

1129 20th Street, NW        Washington DC, 200036  
1129 20th Street will be expanded with two additional stories and the rest of the building will be renovated during construction. Once completed, the building will be 160,121 sq. ft. in size and 10 stories tall. Renovation is scheduled to begin in January of 2007 and expected to be complete by 2008 December 2008

1999 K Street, NW   Washington DC, 20036
Plans call for the demolition of the existing 148,364 sq. ft. Mercury building at 1925 K Street and to build a new 12-story, 252,000 sq. ft. office building on the site. The building will feature first floor retail, a fitness center, rooftop deck and four levels of below-grade parking. The law firm, Mayer Brown LP, will lease the entire building. The building was designed by Helmut John. April         2009



2121 K Street, NW   Washington DC, 20037
This development at 2121 K Street involves the addition of three floors of office space on the existing building. The additional 52,000 sq. ft. will be built on top of the existing 135,000 sq. ft. building located at 21st and K Streets, NW, as well as façade renovations. September 2007

Lincoln Hall                                         Fort McNair   Washington DC, 20024
Lincoln Hall will be a new three story building to be located at the National Defense University at Fort Lesley J. McNair. The 250,900 gross sq. ft. building will provide the National Defense University with additional classroom, meeting, and conference space. Lincoln Hall will be located on 5th Avenue north of the existing Marshall Hall, to which it will be connected via a shared atrium. The new building houses a 600-seat auditorium (6,800 sq. ft.), a 2,000-person capacity meeting space (80,500 sq. ft. conference center), classrooms, offices, support areas and a cafeteria. December 2007

455 Massachusetts Avenue, NW   Washington DC, 20001
455 Massachusetts Avenue, NW is a 242,366 class-A office building located on Massachusetts Avenue adjacent to the DuMont Condominiums. The building will offer a twelve-story glass façade overlooking Massachusetts Avenue and Eye Street, four levels of below grade parking and more than 13,640 sq. ft. of street front retail. The building will occupy a small triangular parcel that Penzance acquired in December 2004 January     2008

1199 F Street, NW  Washington DC, 20005  
1199 F Street will be comprised of a new, 12-story office tower connected by a seven-story, naturally-lit atrium to three historic buildings. The office tower is designed to harmonize with its historic urban surroundings and will be composed of generous expanses of floor-to-ceiling glass framed by limestone pilasters and horizontal bronze spandrels. Originally built in the nineteenth century, the historic buildings’ front and rear façades will be preserved and the interiors will be renovated. The atrium will serve as the main entrance to the project as well as a link between the historic and modern elements of the complex, displaying the interplay of the varied rear facades of the historic buildings and the clean lines of the new office tower. The new building will sit on top of a five-story, below-grade parking structure with a ramp entrance on 12th Street. Demolition of the existing buildings started in summer 2006 September 2008

100 M Street, SE  Washington DC, 20003
Opus East is building a 12-story, 240,000 sq. ft. speculative office building with approximately 15,000 sq. ft. of retail and restaurant space on the first floor at the corner of First and M Streets, SE. The four-level underground parking garage will have approximately 196 spaces. The building design features windows on all four sides, with multiple corner offices and a roof-top deck November 2008


The Salvation Army - Solomon G.  Brown Corp Center                      2300 Martin L. King Jr. Avenue, SE  Washington DC, 20020
The Salvation Army's new building, the Solomon G. Brown Corps Community Center, will have about 41,000 sq. ft. of office and 4,000 sq. ft. of retail. In November of 2001, The Salvation Army commissioned a study to determine how best to serve in the District. The study pointed to the communities of Ward 8, where at the time the Army had no local presence June         2008

1099 New York Avenue, NW   Washington DC, 20001
This 11-story, 179,000 sq. ft. class-A office building will be located at the northeast corner of 11th Street and New York Avenue. The building will have a full range of amenities including a fitness center, rooftop terrace, concierge service and below grade parking. There will be 7,650 sq. ft. of ground floor retail in two spaces and a 2,500 sq. ft. fitness center. The site was the former home to Hertz Rent-A-Car. March      2008

Station Place     
 700 2nd Street, NE  Washington DC, 20002
Station Place is a three phased development with 1.6 million sq. ft. of office space. The Securities and Exchange Commission moved into 100 F Street in March 2005 and into 600 Second Street in January 2006. The third phase, 700 2nd Street, is a 10-story, 515,000 sq. ft. office building with three levels of below-grade parking. The building started construction in fall 2006 and is scheduled to deliver in early 2009. Set on a 5.5-acre site, Station Place, which is directly connected to Union Station, is an important part of the planned redevelopment program along the H Street corridor. April         2009

Columbia Center  
1152 15th Street, NW  
Washington DC, 20005                     
Columbia Center will be a 12-story, 395,000 sq. ft. class-A office building with three levels of below grade parking. Although the project is technically a mid-block development, it is a free standing building with at least 28-foot wide alleys along the back and sides of the building. The full-curtain wall will be anchored by an elegant street-level base of glass and stone. The extensive use of glass will allow light to permeate through all four sides of the building. The 120,000 sq. ft. parking garage is constructed four levels below-grade. Columbia Center also features a rooftop terrace, third floor terrace and fully equipped fitness center. Columbia Center will be connected to the neighboring building using a tension fabric canopy walkway. October   2007


Patriots Plaza III    
355 E Street, SW               Washington DC, 20024
The 384,000 sq. ft. Patriots Plaza III will be the final of three office buildings on Square 537. Once completed the $350 million Plaza of the Patriots will comprise of just under one million square feet. Patriot Plaza II calls for approximately 322,000 sq. ft., with an expected delivery in 2009 and the 300,000 sq. ft. Patriots Plaza I was completed in 2005 September 20009

1100 1st Street, NE   Washington DC, 20002
Tishman Speyer acquired almost three acres from J Street Development at 1st and L Streets, NE (part of the First Place development) and plans to build two office buildings, which will mirror each other. 1100 First Street & 1150 First Street will total nearly 700,000 sq. ft. of office space. The 12-story phase one, 1100 First Street, will also offer 15,000 sq. ft. of retail space, a 2,500 sq. ft. fitness center and 250 parking spaces in a 12-story office building. The building will try for Silver LEED certification. June         2007
Patriots Plaza II                  
375 E Street, SW        
 Washington DC 20005
The 322,000 sq. ft. Patriots Plaza II will be the second of three office buildings on Square 537. Once completed the $350 million Plaza of the Patriots will comprise of just under one million square feet. Patriot Plaza III will contain about 384,000 sq. ft., with an expected delivery in 2009 and the 300,000 sq. ft. Patriots Plaza I was completed in 2005. September 20009

77 K Street, NE 
 Washington DC, 20002
When the existing building is demolished, 77 K Street (aka 65 K Street) will be an 11-story, 344,000 sq. ft. class-A office building located at 1st and K Streets, NE, two blocks north of Union Station. September 2008
 
505 9th Street, NW           Washington DC, 20004
505 9th Street will be a ten-story, 325,000 sq. ft. class-A office building located in the heart of the Penn Quarter neighborhood directly behind the International Spy Museum. The site, located between 9th, 8th and E and F Streets, NW, is currently under construction and will deliver in October 2007. The building will include the new 13,000 sq. ft., 225-seat Washington Stage Guild Theatre (scheduled to open in 2/2008). The $6 million theatre, being built by Forrester Construction, will include tiered seating, stage and infrastructure for live theatre, a mezzanine for storage and sets, dressing rooms, green rooms and rehearsal areas. The upstairs lobby includes a concession area, ticket booth, and a private office area with a conference room to support the theater company. October   2007


700 6th Street, NW            Washington DC, 20001
 700 Sixth Street is a 300,000 sq. ft. classically designed modern office structure. There will be a three-story main lobby with marble floor and glass bridges. The building will feature a green roof with a terrace, a client-only fitness facility and a full-service concierge. The typical floor will be approximately 24,000 sq. ft. with 30’x 30’ column spacing March      2009

East Side of Half Street btw M & N Streets, SE Washington DC, 20003
The Half Street development is located just north of the new Washington National’s baseball stadium and will total about 775,000 sq. ft. with a targeted delivery of 2009. This mixed-use project will include 340 residential units, 50,000 sq. ft. of retail, a 196-room W Hotel and 275,000 sq. ft. of office. The eight-acre site is bordered by N Street to the south, M Street to the north, and South Capitol and First Streets on the west and east, respectively. Phase II could total about 1.2 million sq. ft. with a targeted delivery of 2011. March      2009
 
300 New Jersey Avenue, NW Washington DC, 20001
The development program for the 300 New Jersey Avenue property (aka 51 Louisiana Avenue) includes the retention of the existing office building (Acacia Building), the demolition of the existing above grade parking garage and the construction of a state-of-the-art, 10-story, 255,000 square foot office building with six levels of below grade parking including 458 spaces on the portion of the site previously occupied by the garage. The building will be trying for LEED certification April         2009

 

 

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