One and Two Constitution Square
Washington, D.C.

PROJECT DETAILS

  • One Constitution Square
    • 350,000 SF office building
  • Two Constitution Square
    • 600,000 SF office building

Joint Venture Partner

  • Walton Street Capital

PROJECT COST

  • $400 million

YEAR COMPLETED

  • 2010
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Class A office buildings in the heart of the NoMa community in Washington, D.C., One and Two Constitution Square were delivered as the initial phases of a 2.7 million square foot mixed-use development. The  LEED® Platinum buildings anchor a seven acre site spanning a full city block adjacent to the NoMA-Gallaudet U Metro station. Both buildings include street level retail and three levels of underground parking. One Constitution Square has a rooftop terrace providing panoramic views.

The U.S. Department of Justice pre-leased the entire Two Constitution Square, and will also occupy Three and Four Constitution Square, enabling the agency to consolidate several offices in a single location. One Constitution Square was leased in its entirety to the U.S. General Services Administration immediately upon the completion of the base building. One and Two Constitution Square have been recognized with numerous awards, including Washington Business Journal’s New Office Development of the Year, the NAIOP Maryland/D.C. Award of Excellence for Best Sustainable Design in a New Building, and Mid-Atlantic Construction magazine’s Green Building Project of the Year.

One and Two Constitution Square
Washington, D.C.

PROJECT DETAILS

  • One Constitution Square
    • 350,000 SF office building
  • Two Constitution Square
    • 600,000 SF office building

Joint Venture Partner

  • Walton Street Capital

PROJECT COST

  • $400 million

YEAR COMPLETED

  • 2010
See Project Description

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Class A office buildings in the heart of the NoMa community in Washington, D.C., One and Two Constitution Square were delivered as the initial phases of a 2.7 million square foot mixed-use development. The  LEED® Platinum buildings anchor a seven acre site spanning a full city block adjacent to the NoMA-Gallaudet U Metro station. Both buildings include street level retail and three levels of underground parking. One Constitution Square has a rooftop terrace providing panoramic views.

The U.S. Department of Justice pre-leased the entire Two Constitution Square, and will also occupy Three and Four Constitution Square, enabling the agency to consolidate several offices in a single location. One Constitution Square was leased in its entirety to the U.S. General Services Administration immediately upon the completion of the base building. One and Two Constitution Square have been recognized with numerous awards, including Washington Business Journal’s New Office Development of the Year, the NAIOP Maryland/D.C. Award of Excellence for Best Sustainable Design in a New Building, and Mid-Atlantic Construction magazine’s Green Building Project of the Year.

One and Two Constitution Square
Washington, D.C.

PROJECT DETAILS

  • One Constitution Square
    • 350,000 SF office building
  • Two Constitution Square
    • 600,000 SF office building

Joint Venture Partner

  • Walton Street Capital

PROJECT COST

  • $400 million

YEAR COMPLETED

  • 2010

Class A office buildings in the heart of the NoMa community in Washington, D.C., One and Two Constitution Square were delivered as the initial phases of a 2.7 million square foot mixed-use development. The  LEED® Platinum buildings anchor a seven acre site spanning a full city block adjacent to the NoMA-Gallaudet U Metro station. Both buildings include street level retail and three levels of underground parking. One Constitution Square has a rooftop terrace providing panoramic views.

The U.S. Department of Justice pre-leased the entire Two Constitution Square, and will also occupy Three and Four Constitution Square, enabling the agency to consolidate several offices in a single location. One Constitution Square was leased in its entirety to the U.S. General Services Administration immediately upon the completion of the base building. One and Two Constitution Square have been recognized with numerous awards, including Washington Business Journal’s New Office Development of the Year, the NAIOP Maryland/D.C. Award of Excellence for Best Sustainable Design in a New Building, and Mid-Atlantic Construction magazine’s Green Building Project of the Year.