Covering a full city block just north of Union Station and the U.S. Capitol Building, this office, residential and retail development has a commanding presence in Washington, D.C.’s vibrant NoMa neighborhood.
Three 12-story, LEED Platinum office buildings anchor the transit-oriented, pedestrian-friendly development. All three buildings include first-floor retail space and below-grade parking.
One Constitution Square accommodates public sector tenants and offers a partially enclosed rooftop terrace with panoramic city views.
Two Constitution Square incorporates several Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) rooms and on-site amenities for 2,000 Department of Justice employees.
Three Constitution Square houses a mix of private sector tenants with flexible, 30,000-sq.-ft. floor plates and a single column line that accommodates demanding layout requirements. The Class A office building features green space in the private courtyard and integrates a plaza linked to the adjacent Metro rapid transit station.
The development offers convenient access to a mix of restaurants and retail offerings along the tree-lined streets.
Constitution Square was the first commercial mixed-use project in D.C. to earn LEED for Neighborhood Development certification.