Station Place

The largest office development in Washington, D.C., Station Place, is an over 1 million square foot complex comprising two buildings – 100 F Street and 600 Second Street – serving as the headquarters of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Highlights

Central & Accessible

Adjacent to historic Union Station, across from the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building, and just blocks from the U.S. Capitol.

Thinking Green

Designed for energy efficiency and productivity, the complex is certified LEED O+M Gold and Energy Star Certified.

High-End Finishes

Integrates elegant materials and finishes including various granites, etched mirror, stainless steel, rosatta marble, clear insulated glass and anigre wood.

Details

CONSTRUCTED

2006

TYPE

OFFICE

RENTABLE

1,074,684 SF

Location

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