From Abandoned Industrial to LEED Platinum Class A Building: The Transformation of 200 I Street, SE Washington D.C.

File Type: Conference session
Event: Development '13
Release Date: October 2013
Development 13 in San Diego, CA

The 200 I Street adaptive reuse is unparalleled – both in its physical result as well as in its value to the District as an asset. The building went from a windowless eyesore to a state of the art, efficient, sustainable Class A office building in the new Capital Riverfront neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Learn how StonebridgeCarras transformed this building, unoccupied since 1998 and under a long-term lease by the District of Columbia, its various structural systems, lack of mechanical systems, and a large floor plate, into an outstanding work environment for the21st Century on a cost effective basis.  Hear how financial creativity, commitment to design excellence, and commitment to sustainability allowed for the transformation of this eyesore into a successful sustainable public/private partnership.

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  • Jane Galbraith Mahaffie, Principal, StonebridgeCarras

Session Audio: The Transformation of 200 I Street, SE Washington D.C.

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