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Description

Description

901 F Street is prominently situated on Ninth and F Streets NW, in Washington D.C.'s vibrant East End. Having undergone a dramatic renaissance, this area is now the heart of the city's "24/7" environment, with a mix of first class office space, luxury residential buildings and abundant shops, restaurants, hotels, museums and other cultural amenities.

Renovated and expanded in 2000, this 8-story building now offers 114,899 square feet of trophy office and retail space, and a spectacular atrium that serves as the focal point of the office tower. An abundance of windows provide spectacular views of the D.C. skyline.

901 F Street is outfitted with a 24/7 monitored security system, abundant on-site parking, and full concierge service. The 10,000-18,000 sq. ft. floor plates, with ceiling heights ranging from 17 to 25 feet, and 9-foot ceiling heights in the Tower, are perfect for corporate and/or government affairs groups and law firms seeking full floor or partial floor identities with a prestigious address.

The majestic lobby, characterized by polished marble floors with granite inlays and elegant wainscoting, boasts a sweeping marble staircase that leads to the second floor's Grand Hall. Once among the most important public spaces in Washington, the Grand Hall of the former Masonic Temple has held inaugural balls and other major social events, and today is home to the Gallup Organization's Washington, DC office.

Amenities

  •  Concierge/manned security 24-7
  •  Electronic card-key access system
  •  24-7 electronic security & CCTV
  •  State-of-the-art HVAC & mechanical
  •  Fiber optic telecommunications
  •  3 elevators serve all floors & parking
  •  Parking garage
  •  On-site dining & boutique shopping
  •  Restaurants, museums & more close by
  •  Directly across from Galley Place Metro

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Overview

901 F Street N.W.
Corner of 9th St.
Washington, DC
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Built in 1867
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8 floors
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