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- Description of Subject Matter: Situated in the western portion of downtown Washington, D.C.s Central Business District, 2200 Pennsylvania Avenues location offers quick, easy access to all parts of the city and close-in suburbs. The site is located directly between Georgetown and the Central Business District, adding an abundance of amenities to a neighborhood already filled with luxury hotels, upscale shops and restaurants, and high-end residences.
The 10-story Class A office building boasts a soaring three-story, glass-enclosed lobby, 50,000 sf floorplates, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a beautifully landscaped interior courtyard, 5 levels of below-grade parking and a large rooftop terrace.
Part of an impressive 850,000 sf Square 54 development, 2200 Pennsylvania Avenue will share the site with a new, 333-unit luxury apartment building and another 50,000 sf of select high-end retail, including an urban grocery store. Construction commenced in June 2008 and is expected to be completed by the first quarter 2011.
The above was from http://www.bostonproperties.com/site/properties/showproperty.aspx?sid=20&pid=136
2200 Pennsylvania Ave Washington, D.C.
PROJECT COST: $95 million
Rising from the former George Washington University Hospital site in the District of Columbia, Square 54 at 2200 Pennsylvania Avenue, promises to be a world-class, mixed-use town center.
Clark Foundations of Bethesda, Md., began the project in spring 2008 and completed a $4-million sheeting and shoring contract. Its excavation work included drilling soldier beams around the perimeter of the site.
Clark Construction Group of Bethesda began building the $95-million, 972,000-sq-ft office building and garage in January, with completion scheduled for March 2011.
A spread-footer foundation supports the concrete structure, which will be clad in a glass and aluminum curtain-wall system.
Ultimately, the project will include the office space and 84,000 sq ft of retail space. It will include a full-service grocery store, pedestrian plaza and 333 rental units.
Property owner George Washington University considers the project a “key source of nonenrollment-driven revenue to fund the core academic mission of the university.”
Boston Properties of Boston is developing the 2.6-acre, transit-oriented project, located adjacent to the Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro.
Developer: Boston Properties, Boston
Contractor: Clark Construction Group, Bethesda, Md.
Design Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, New Haven, Conn.
Executive Architect: Hickok Cole Architects, Washington, D.C.
The above was from http://midatlantic.construction.com/features/archive/2009/summer09_F1_2200PennsylvaniaAve.asp
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