Arcades, Ping-Pong & Rooftop Access All in the Heart of DC

June 22, 2017

Jon Glass

Tech Leader

Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley

DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 202-540-5509

New Tech Sublease Available on 14th Street with Great Amenities


BlueLabs, an analytics and technology company formed by senior members of Obama for America’s analytics team, is listing a portion of their cozy 14th Street digs for sublease.

Located at the corner of 14th & G NW, the 100-year-old Commercial National Bank Building is rich with character, blending historic charm with a contemporary feel. The appeal of 700 14th Street first hits you when you enter the lofty three-story lobby atrium. The neoclassical architecture is authentic to DC’s roots, without feeling stuffy or outdated. In fact, it is a refreshing alternative to the stark, bright-white entryways that have become commonplace in new buildings throughout the city.

As you make your way up to 2nd floor, you get a closer look at the lobby’s decorative coffered ceiling from the internal balcony adjacent to the suite entry. Prospective subtenants will share a common entrance, but can access their private suite immediately once through the doors.

The sublease space measures approximately 2,000 SF and is situated along the best and brightest corner of the building. The suite includes a large open work area, two windowed offices and a windowed meeting room (which could also be a third office).

To attract dynamic, fun-loving tenants, BlueLabs is offering use of their game room (which includes arcades), ping-pong room and fully-stocked kitchen as amenities to the space. Tenants can also access several of BlueLabs’ conference rooms of varying sizes, and opt in to their printer and bi-weekly lunch plan. And to top it off, the building has a rooftop terrace and newly renovated fitness center exclusive to the building’s tenants.

With an asking price of $8,000 – $10,000/month, the space is ideal for companies of 5-15 employees looking for a flexible, affordable lease option. The space can be made available in 60-90 days with a preferred term of 3 years.

For more information, or to arrange a tour, please fill out our questionnaire or email us directly!

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