Unique Space Located at the Intersection of 7th & H Streets NW
As an avid Washington, DC sports fan, there are fewer places in the city I’d rather be come fall time than Chinatown. The buzz circulating the Verizon Center at 5:00 PM on game day is unlike any other place in the city. Red jerseys flood the sidewalks and restaurants with a sense of all-too-familiar optimism that “this could finally be our year”…
One block of space that has witnessed the highs and lows of DC’s sports (okay, mostly lows) is located at the bustling corner of 7th and H Streets just above Fado Irish Pub. The 3rd and 4th floors of 806 7th Street were initially built in the late 1800’s and have retained all the rustic qualities valued in boutique, loft space.
The 3rd floor, currently divided into two suites comprising 6,104 SF and 2,482 SF, can be combined with a unique 1,197 SF loft space on the 4th floor to accommodate tenants up to 9,783 SF. All three spaces are lined entirely with exposed brick and are complimented by new hardwood floors and exposed ceilings of varying heights that reach up to 20 feet.
Each room within the space has a unique set of features that adds character and flexibility to the space. In its current state, there are a series of open and private areas that may be ideal for the type of user looking for collaborative space, but also break-out and conferencing rooms for private meetings. There are virtually no columns on the floor, allowing for a great deal of flexibility in the overall design.
One key characteristic of the space that stands out is the change in floor level throughout the suite. There are multiple staircases in the space that lead you up or down into rooms ideal for conferencing. Two of these such rooms also feature retractable garage doors, and a third has two fireplaces (unusable unfortunately) that add to the industrial feel of the space.
All of the features listed above are complimented by an expansive window line with views of 7th and H Streets, allowing for an abundance of natural light. It should also be noted that there is a potential for a private terrace as well, which is being explored by the building’s owner, Midwood out of NYC. If you’re interested in this space, or other boutique or creative spaces in Washington, DC, contact us here.