Brand New Sublease Space Available at Coveted Wonder Bread Building

May 22, 2017

Jon Glass

Tech Leader

Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley

DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 202-540-5509

Walk, Do Not Run, to the Newest Sublease Space at 641 S Street


Since its renovation in 2013, the Wonder Bread Building has widely been regarded as the gold standard for creative office buildings in Washington, DC. Located in the heart of Shaw at 641 S Street, the building has it all; a true Brooklyn-style loft environment with massive bay windows, and a vibrant tenant roster that includes WeWork, iStrategyLabs and Youth for Understanding (YFU).

One thing that the building has not had since its initial lease-up several years ago, however, is availability. That is until now…

YFU has just listed the entire 2nd floor and its conference center on the Lower Level on the market for sublease. Both suites total approximately 32,000 SF, with the 2nd floor comprising 24,000 SF and the conferencing area just under 8,000 SF.

As outlined on the floor plan below, the 2nd floor is already demised into a series of small suites that can accommodate as few as 6 people or as many as 100+ for the entire floor. The conference facility was also designed for flexibility, with 4+ rooms that can cater to various meeting sizes.

Having only been occupied for less than three years, the space is essentially brand new. The asking rent is $47.00/SF + Electric and the remaining term runs through July 2029 (a shorter term can be requested).

If you are looking for truly unique space in one of the hottest areas in DC, then the Wonder Bread is a must-see. To make it happen, please fill out our questionnaire or email us directly!!

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