Thompson Creek Relocates MD HQ
- Apr 11, 2018
Thompson Creek Window Co. has relocated its headquarters and 150 employees to a 122,000-square-foot premier office building in Lanham, Md. The company moved from the nearby 5000 Philadelphia Way after purchasing the asset in a joint venture with Chesapeake Real Estate Group in 2017.
Located at 4200 Parliament Place, the building sits 30 minutes away from downtown Washington, D.C. The New Carrollton train station with its Amtrak, MARC and Metro Rail services provide easy and quick access throughout the area. Nearby amenities include the 400,000-square-foot Vista Gardens Marketplace, retailers, eateries and a recreation center.
The six-story building was constructed in 1989 and underwent a series of recent renovations, including a refurbished lobby and common areas, a new conference center facility and tenant deli, as well as a modernly equipped fitness facility and new landscaped exterior. The property also includes 12 corner offices per floor, locker rooms with showers, a surface parking lot and a parking garage.
“The project offers every essential fundamental for long-term success including a highly-visible location within a major suburb of Washington, D.C., a top-quality corporate environment and nearby employee amenities. Thompson Creek establishes immediate credibility to the building, and we intend to leverage this presence with an accelerated leasing program,” Chesapeake Real Estate Group Managing Partner James Lighthizer, said in a prepared statement.
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