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200 I Street, SE
This project was the redevelopment of 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.
The new building is double LEED Platinum certified (Core Building and Interiors) and includes a ground floor public gallery to showcase the vast art collection of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Today, 200 I Street tenants include: the Child and Family Services Agency, the Office of the Chief Technology Officer, the Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and the Office of Motion Picture and Television Development.
Project Manager: Gbolahan Williams
Project at a Glance
Project Title: 200 I Street, SE
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