200 Eye Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C.

PROJECT DETAILS

  • 325,000 SF of Class A office building
  • 180 spaces of underground parking

PUBLIC PARTNER

  • District of Columbia Department of General Services

PROJECT COST

  • $126 million

YEAR COMPLETED

  • 2012
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The nationally recognized redevelopment of 200 Eye Street transformed a vacant industrial property—once home to the printing operations of The Washington Star and The Washington Post—into a 325,000 square foot world-class office property. StonebridgeCarras directed this public/private partnership for the District of Columbia Department of General Services, creating an innovative financing structure that enabled the District to purchase the existing warehouse, enter into a long-term ground lease, and lease back for the fully improved building. The property was the District’s first project to achieve both LEED® Platinum for Core & Shell and LEED Platinum for Commercial Interiors.

The project was an ambitious modernization and adaptive reuse of a deteriorating industrial building converted into flexible Class A offices with underground parking. The renovation also relocated the main entrance and converted the loading dock into a creative gallery space that showcases the District’s art collection and serves as a vibrant streetscape amenity overlooking Canal Park. This breakthrough project has served as a catalyst for community revitalization and earned NAIOP’s National Sustainable Development Award and the U.S. Green Building Council’s National Capital Region Award of Excellence.

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200 Eye Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C.

PROJECT DETAILS

  • 325,000 SF of Class A office building
  • 180 spaces of underground parking

PUBLIC PARTNER

  • District of Columbia Department of General Services

PROJECT COST

  • $126 million

YEAR COMPLETED

  • 2012
See Project Description Print Project Card

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The nationally recognized redevelopment of 200 Eye Street transformed a vacant industrial property—once home to the printing operations of The Washington Star and The Washington Post—into a 325,000 square foot world-class office property. StonebridgeCarras directed this public/private partnership for the District of Columbia Department of General Services, creating an innovative financing structure that enabled the District to purchase the existing warehouse, enter into a long-term ground lease, and lease back for the fully improved building. The property was the District’s first project to achieve both LEED® Platinum for Core & Shell and LEED Platinum for Commercial Interiors.

The project was an ambitious modernization and adaptive reuse of a deteriorating industrial building converted into flexible Class A offices with underground parking. The renovation also relocated the main entrance and converted the loading dock into a creative gallery space that showcases the District’s art collection and serves as a vibrant streetscape amenity overlooking Canal Park. This breakthrough project has served as a catalyst for community revitalization and earned NAIOP’s National Sustainable Development Award and the U.S. Green Building Council’s National Capital Region Award of Excellence.

Weight: 
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200 Eye Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C.

PROJECT DETAILS

  • 325,000 SF of Class A office building
  • 180 spaces of underground parking

PUBLIC PARTNER

  • District of Columbia Department of General Services

PROJECT COST

  • $126 million

YEAR COMPLETED

  • 2012

The nationally recognized redevelopment of 200 Eye Street transformed a vacant industrial property—once home to the printing operations of The Washington Star and The Washington Post—into a 325,000 square foot world-class office property. StonebridgeCarras directed this public/private partnership for the District of Columbia Department of General Services, creating an innovative financing structure that enabled the District to purchase the existing warehouse, enter into a long-term ground lease, and lease back for the fully improved building. The property was the District’s first project to achieve both LEED® Platinum for Core & Shell and LEED Platinum for Commercial Interiors.

The project was an ambitious modernization and adaptive reuse of a deteriorating industrial building converted into flexible Class A offices with underground parking. The renovation also relocated the main entrance and converted the loading dock into a creative gallery space that showcases the District’s art collection and serves as a vibrant streetscape amenity overlooking Canal Park. This breakthrough project has served as a catalyst for community revitalization and earned NAIOP’s National Sustainable Development Award and the U.S. Green Building Council’s National Capital Region Award of Excellence.

Weight: 
-19