Garage Entrance on 11th Street
2 Shuttle Elevators to Lobby
Free Standing on All Four Sides
Ten Corner Offices on Each Upper Level
7 High-speed Passenger Elevators
1 Freight Elevator
Developed as a speculative building and completed in 2006, 1101 New York Avenue was the first LEED Gold office building in the District of Columbia. 12-story, 379,329 square foot building is notable for several unique aspects of its design, particularly a cantilevered slab structural system that enables all perimeter offices to be column-free, resulting in uninterrupted views from all four sides. It also has an unusually high floor-to-floor dimension, due to its combined lot development with an adjacent residential building with a higher measuring point on K Street, resulting in exceptional ceiling heights for a Washington DC office building. Long considered one of the premier locations in downtown DC, 1101 New York Avenue continues to set the standard for modern trophy office development. The asset was sold in 2017.