Downtown Brutalist building to undergo modern transformation, complete by 2019 – Curbed DC

From Brutalist to Modern, the Trammell Crow Firm and its companion Meadow Companions plan on redeveloping the practically 50-year-previous Movement Image Affiliation of America (MPAA) building, situated at 888 16th Avenue NW, right into a glassy, 150,000-square-foot trophy workplace building.

Among the new options that shall be added embrace state-of-the-artwork techniques, a health heart, and a rooftop lounge with a terrace that may supply views of the White Home and the Washington Monument. There may even be a theater and occasion area.

The redevelopment is predicted to complete by the summer season of 2019. As soon as the renovations are complete, the MPAA will proceed to retain two of the eight flooring within the building. The remaining six flooring, totaling roughly 120,000 sq. ft, shall be obtainable for lease.

The building was constructed in 1969 by Czech American architect Vastimil Koubeck, who can be recognized for having designed over 100 buildings, together with the headquarters of the Nationwide Financial institution of Washington, American Safety Financial institution, Union Labor Life Insurance coverage Co., and the Postal Service.

The Movement Image Affiliation of America building because it seems to be as we speak.
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Downtown Brutalist building to undergo modern transformation, complete by 2019 - Curbed DC