Kaiser Permanente has inked a deal for 200,000 square feet of space in the Station Place complex adjacent to Union Station.
The office will open early 2011 and offer primary and specialty care, full-service imaging, laboratory and pharmacy services and space for outpatient procedures.
Louis Dreyfus Property Group and Fisher Brothers own and developed Station Place.
Kaiser Permanente, which has regional offices in Rockville, said it chose the site because of its proximity to federal employees, public transportation, and parking.
The company will join the American Chemistry Council, which is leasing 90,000 square feet and the Securities and Exchange Commission, which leases two of the three buildings in the 1.6 million-square-foot Station Place development.
Designed by Kevin Roche, the development at 700 Second St. NE is the only Capitol Hill office building with underground walkway access to Union Station.
The CB Richard Ellis team of Bruce Pascal, Roberta Liss, Andrew Felber, Tim Hutchens, Mark Klug and Bobby Blair represented Louis Dreyfus. Kaiser Permanente was represented by Rita Robison and Andy O’Brien of Jones Lang LaSalle.