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200 I Street SE
This project was redevelopment the long vacant Washington Star printing plant at 200 I Street, SE, formerly known as 225 Virginia Avenue, SE, as tenant space for various District agencies.
Previously, this large property in the Capitol Riverfront area was redeveloped as a data center, but the property was never occupied. The District originally leased the property for MPD functions but redevelopment costs proved too high to justify under the lease agreement.
In a bold move, the building was purchased by the District in 2009. Stonebridge Carras redeveloped the property through a lease-leaseback transaction, saving District taxpayers more than $60 million over the previous arrangement and providing the District with unencumbered ownership of the facility at the end of a 20-year lease.
Project Title: 200 I Street, SE Redevelopment Project
Providing Agency: Department of General Services
Actual Budget: $110 Million
Location: 200 I Street, SE
Milestones and Deliverables:
200 I Street, SE:
Completed and Agencies Move-in: Fall 2012.
LEED Platinum Certified – Core Repurposing
LEED Platinum Certified – Interiors
Won Several Construction and Real Estate Industry Awards
Current District Agencies in the Building:
CFSA – Child and Family Services Agency
OCTO – Chief Technology Officer, Office of the
DCCAH – Arts and Humanities, Commission on the
MPTD – Office of Motion Picture and Television Development