Hidden Gem with Private Roof Deck in Gallery Place/Chinatown Perfect for Small Tenants

January 14, 2019

Jon Glass

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Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley

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Control an Entire Floor at 709 G Street Steps Away From the Action in Gallery Place

 

Chances are if you’ve been to a Caps or Wizards game you’ve gotten a pre-game drink at the now-shuttered Redline Sports Bar or 10 Tavern. Though the 2nd floor restaurant space has seen a rotating list of operators over the past several years, what you may not be aware of are the two floors of unique office space directly above.

Owned by Douglas Development Corp, 709 G Street is a 22,000 SF boutique building directly across the street from the Portrait Gallery at the corner of 7th and G Street. Both the 3rd and 4th floors are available for lease, ranging in size from 4,700 – 5,600 SF.

Each floor has the Victorian loft-style feel that you’d expect from a Douglas building in Chinatown, with exposed brick and beautiful hardwood floors. The 4th floor was previously leased by Gibson Guitars and includes a one-of-a-kind private roof deck overlooking Clyde’s on 7th Street. The 4th floor is available immediately while the 3rd floor is currently occupied by Hewlett-Packard and can be made available within 60 days’ notice.

Each floor is ideal for companies with 10-30 employees. Though there is not parking in the building, it is steps away from the Gallery Place Metro with tons of garages nearby.

For pricing information or to arrange a tour, email us directly or fill out our free office space questionnaire!

 

 

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