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.

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

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.

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.