Step Inside the Coolest Building in Montgomery County, MD

February 14, 2019

Jon Glass

Tech Leader

Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley

DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 202-540-5509

Greencourt Innovation Center at 12358 Twinbrook Parkway is a Must-See for Tech Tenants in Maryland


Adjacent to the newly renovated HHS headquarters and less than half a mile from the Twinbrook Metro Station, Greencourt Innovation Center is somewhat of a hidden treasure in the heart of Rockville’s warehouse district. From the outside, the building seamlessly blends in with its industrial neighbors, offering little suggestion of an award-winning creation. It’s dark gray exterior won’t necessarily turn heads when driving by, but if you take the time to pull over and step inside, you will quickly realize why it was worthy of the 2018 AIA Design Award for Excellence in Adaptive Re-use.

Designed by McInturff Architects, Greencourt Innovation Center was once three separate warehouses that were combined into a single facility designed to foster innovation in technology. The heart of the building is an open tenant lounge beneath a three-story atrium that is surrounded by floating conference rooms, weaving staircases and intricate steel beams.

True to its warehouse roots, the ceiling heights in the building are unparalleled to any office building nearby. The ceiling heights range from 11’6” on the first floor to as high as 17’6” on the third floor, which also boasts floor-to-ceiling glass windows.

Perhaps most striking are the floating conference rooms suspended along the atrium. Fully wired for all uses, the conference rooms range in size to accommodate 12 people up to 60 people. They are free of charge and available on a first-come-first-serve basis and can also be reserved via the building’s online tenant portal.

To round out the amenities, the building includes a fully equipped fitness center, bike racks, on-site parking, electric vehicle charging stations, two outdoor courtyards and a skywalk patio on the 3rd floor.

As far as available space for lease, there are several options being offered that can accommodate tenants as small as 2,000 SF and as large to 90,000 SF. The 2nd and 3rd floors are currently vacant, comprising 30,535 SF and 46,216 SF respectively. I am finalizing a 5,500 SF transaction on the 1st floor so can vouch firsthand that ownership will be flexible to accommodate tenants with a variety of requirements.

If you are a tenant looking for bold, out-of-the-box space in Montgomery County, then you have to stop by Greencourt Innovation Center. For more details, or to arrange a tour, please CONTACT ME or fill out our FREE OFFICE SPACE QUESTIONNAIRE.



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