Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley
DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Chances are, anyone reading this has been to an event at 1776 or maybe even a coding class at General Assembly. Both have been staples in the DC tech community, not only for hosting great events, but for providing a platform that has helped to create hundreds of new jobs in the area.
1133 15th Street, home to 1776, has seen its tech roster flourish since the incubator signed its lease in 2013. General Assembly signed on as a subtenant, and other tenants such as SocialCode and Linkedin moved in as well. The affordable rents, walkability to metro, efficient 19,000 SF floor plates and exposed 9’ ceilings have all contributed to making it an attractive building for TAMI users.
After a great run in the building, the leases for 1776, General Assembly and SocialCode are expiring in 2Q 2019, propelling them to evaluate other options in the marketplace to accommodate their changing needs. The spaces they are leaving behind will provide a great starting canvas for a future tenant looking for quality space with character. Here is the scoop:
• A total of 73,898 SF is available for lease in the building
– 3rd Floor – 3,898 SF (spec suite under construction now)
– 7th Floor – 19,194 SF (shell condition – hypothetical full floor plan)
– 8th Floor – 19,194 SF (General Assembly space)
– 9th Floor – 15,239 SF (SocialCode space)
– 12th Floor – 16,318 SF (1776 space)
• Full building renovation underway now, delivering year-end 2018
– Lobby expansion and renovation with new flooring, lighting, and electronic artwork feature wall
– Brand-new tenant only fitness center and conference facility on the 1st floor
– Fiber connectivity
– New curtain-wall on the retail level
– New building signage
– LEED- certified Gold
If you are looking for open, flexible space in with great history in the tech community, then this building should definitely make your tour list! For additional details including rents and dates of availability, please reach out directly!!
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