The Aspen Institute to Relocate DC Headquarters
- Dec 13, 2016
Washington. D.C.—Lincoln Property Co. has announced the completion of a 91,395-square-foot lease with the Aspen Institute at 2300 N. St. in Washington, D.C. The company will consolidate offices located on several floors at One Dupont Circle NW and 1333 New Hampshire Ave. NW.
A 287,00-square-foot building that underwent a major renovation in 2016, 2300 N. St. features a new front entrance plaza, a signature lobby and common areas designed by Fox Architects, a 4,500-square-foot fitness center, HVAC systems and an improved parking garage. Plans for a renovated rooftop terrace will be revealed in 2017 and will include a rooftop access jump-elevator, catering support, as well as a multi-level patio and covered areas. A tenant lounge and conference center are also underway.
“Our new home at 2300 N. Street will allow us not only to better accommodate the growth we have experienced over the last decade, it also will afford us the opportunity to create a more collaborative and functional workspace for our staff and more welcoming event and meeting spaces for the many participants in our programs who visit us on a regular basis,” Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute president & CEO, said in prepared remarks.
CBRE’s Manny Fitzgerald and Earl Segal of The Ezra Co. represented The Aspen Institute. Lincoln Property Co.’s leasing team of John Marvin Jones, Adam Biberaj, Elaine Clancy and Merrill Turnbull completed the lease deal.
The Aspen Institute plans to move to its new location at the end of 2017. There are currently 195,000 square feet of office space and 4,000 square feet of ground floor retail space available for lease in the new building.
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