Architecture firm Pickard Chilton has actually been tapped by a joint venture of the Rockefeller Group as well as Stonebridge as the layout engineer for the redevelopment of 600 Fifth Street NW in the Penn Quarter commercial and also amusement district in Washington, D.C.
Referred to as the Jackson Graham Structure site, the 48,401-square-foot parcel is owned by the Washington Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro). The building at 600 Fifth Street NW presently works as City’s headquarters. The building has actually offered as Metro’s Head office since 1974 and has never gone through a major improvement.
“The place as well as timing of the redesign of 600 Fifth Street NW presents a once-in-a generation development opportunity,” said Jon Pickard, principal at Pickard Chilton. “Each time when several organizations are reassessing their office demands as well as work environment concerns, we have the distinct opportunity to holistically reimagine a whole city block from the within out. It will certainly yield an extremely amenitized, next-generation office complex that will be at the intersection of company, entertainment and also culture, and also genuinely bring new energy as well as healthy vigor to the District.”
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Published at Tue, 23 Feb 2021 17:54:10 +0000