Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley
DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Seamlessly blending in with the quaint brownstones along N Street, 1752 N Street is a building you have likely walked by countless times. Perhaps on your way to a meal at Tabard Inn, or on a stroll around Dupont Circle, it is easy to be enamored with N Street’s charm and overlook the 92,000 SF building just behind St. Matthews Cathedral.
And who’s to blame you? Owned by the American Society for Microbiology, 1752 N Street is a building few have entered unless they have ties to the association. But that is about to change as ASM is opening its doors to two lucky tenants in an effort to lease the top two floors of the building.
Here are the perks:
Before I go any further, check out the video which shows the building highlights and walks you through the 8th floor:
The 8th was recently vacated and includes a modern built-out with polished concrete floors and lots of glass. There are 11 windowed offices, 1 conference room and a welcoming reception area with a large curved wooden finish. If you are interested in a multi-year lease but want to replace some of the offices with an open area for workstations that is definitely a possibility as well.
The 7th floor was also recently vacated and is going to be fully demo’d to shell condition. This will allow a tenant to influence the build-out in order to accommodate their needs. More pictures to come once the renovations are complete!
Both floors are great options for tenants to secure a commanding presence at below market rents in a truly unique building. Whether you are looking for built-out space on a short term basis, or want to design your space from scratch, 1752 N Street can accommodate your needs.
For more information, or to arrange a tour, please give us a shout!!!
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