Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley
DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
It’s hard to miss the towering cranes and shiny new glass buildings when traveling east on Massachusetts Avenue past 7th Street, NW. Many of the once-forgotten parking lots are slowly filling in with new office construction to compliment the historic brownstones that make up Mt. Vernon Triangle. With nearly 2 million square feet of office space and 15,000+ workers, the area bounded by New York and Massachusetts avenues and 7th Street and New Jersey Avenue is becoming a go-to destination for all industry types.
Home to the Department of Veteran Affairs, 425 Eye Street, NW is a building most private-sector employees have likely never entered. Government agencies have leased the building since the mid-80’s, with the VA now occupying the first 6 floors of the 7-story building.
The building’s owner, Paramount Group has pre-built the last remaining suite on the top floor of the building to attract office users looking for a mostly open office plan.
The 3,000 SF suite is directly off of the elevator and features full height glass windows along the front of the building overlooking Eye Street. It is ideal for companies with 15-25 employees and includes an open bullpen with concrete flooring and exposed ceiling, two private glass offices and a glass conference room.
The biggest selling point is the private terrace directly adjacent to the suite’s reception. The large patio is great for hosting clients and entertaining employees.
Just a few short blocks from Gallery Place and Judiciary Metro Stations, 425 Eye Street is in a prime location that will only improve with the addition of Giuliana Rancic’s restaurant, RPM Italian, Capitol Crossing set to deliver in 2018 and DC Bar’s future HQ site just across the street.
The building is also LEED Gold Certified and has a newly constructed fitness center exclusive for the building’s tenants. The VA’s presence does require an added layer of security in the lobby, so if you are okay with your guests going through a quick metal detector upon their arrival, then 425 Eye Street could be a great option for you.
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