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90 K Street
Build it and they will come. Someone had to make the first move. Someone did.

With the General Services Administration's facilities model moving away from building ownership and toward long-term leasing, major developers began tripping over one another to win Federal leases. After all, with the ATFP protocol developed by GSA after 9/11 to protect building occupants in the event of a blast event, these leases were proving both long-term and lucrative.

But Trammell Crow took it one step further. It developed the first-of-its-kind speculative office building in Washington that included all current GSA requirements for a hardened structure. Today, with the building at a healthy lease level, it appears to have paid off.

90 K Street, part of a high-profile, four-building office/retail development, is a 12-story Class A office building located in the popular NoMA corridor, a blossoming new address for both government and business.

Tidewater Glazing was contracted to provide nearly 65,000 square feet of custom, high-performance, blast-resistant window and curtain wall along with monumental entrance systems and high-end finishes.

Upon its completion, 90 K Street was certified LEED Gold.
BLAST-RESISTANT FACADE
Washington, DC
Trammell Crow Companies
SmithGroup
Clark Construction Group
$7,090,000.00
2008
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