900 Seventh Street is a stunning 11-story, 327,911 square foot office building in the heart of DC's East End, steps from Gallery Place, the Washington Convention Center, and numerous cultural and retail amenities. Akridge developed the project in 2004, in partnership with the National Electrical Benefit Fund (NEBF) and Corus Bank, to serve as the new headquarters for The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). Built by Washington's best union craftsmen, 900 Seventh Street demonstrates Akridge's relentless pursuit of top quality construction and attention to Client comfort, convenience, and service. Building architect HOK's contemporary design incorporates a stunning exterior of precast concrete panels and a glass curtain wall offering panoramic views of Washington's skyline, with a striking interior of wood, glass, and metal trim. Akridge continues to provide leasing and property management services to IBEW at 900 Seventh Street, where other building Clients include PG&E Corporation, as well as Ping Pong Dim Sum and Del Campo.
Space is available for lease at 900 Seventh Street.
900 Seventh Street has achieved the BOMA 360 Performance designation for meeting and exceeding best practices and operating to the highest standards of excellence. The USGBC National Capital Region Chapter also recognized 900 Seventh Street with its 2014 Project of the Year, Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance Award.
900 Seventh Street is an ENERGY STAR Partner.