Capitol Crossing DC Condos: Live on I-395.
No really, ON I-395
Well, over it, anyway.
Possibly the best ever location for DC workaholics. Hate the drive off 395? This condo's for you.
Capitol Crossing is a multi-phase NW DC development with ownership of infilling air rights above the Center Leg Freeway (I-395) to be built on a platform over a recessed segment of the Interstate.
The District initially approved development of a platform over I-395 in 1990, with the expectation that it would re-connect F and G Streets between Second and Third Streets as originally conceived in L’Enfant’s master plan for the city.
Though primarily composed of office space, the massive $1.3 billion dollar mixed-use project will also include a significant ground floor retail component, below-grade parking and one small residential (condominium) component according to the developer, Property Group Partners.
The 2.2 million SF location is the largest continuous undeveloped site remaining in Downtown Washington DC.
200 F Street from 3rd Street
Key Features of Capitol Crossing
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Kevin Roche
Seven acre site on three city blocks
Four office buildings and one residential structure (201 F Street)
Designed to qualify for Platinum LEED certification
201 F Street (Residential)
Total of 297,311 SF
150 Unit Condominium building planned
12 floors and Roof Terrace
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM)
5 Below Grade Levels 1,146 Spaces
Garage Entrance on Third Street
2 Shuttle Elevators to Lobby
Security officer and lobby attendant on duty 24/7
Concierge service available during business hours
Electronic card readers at all entrances, suites and elevators
State-of-the-art fitness facility
On-site child care center
Ground floor retail facilities
Roof terrace has outdoor seating, private restrooms, catering facilities and spectacular panoramic views
*Surrounded by hotels, entertainment venues, theaters, Verizon Center, Convention Center, cultural institutions, performance venues, museums, and a variety of retailers and restaurants including Charlie Palmer Steak, Bistro Bis, Central, Proof, Zaytinya and Capital Grille
*Proximity To Federal Agencies
*Immediate neighbors include Georgetown University Law Center, the Holy Rosary Church and the Jewish Historical Society.
Projected start and delivery dates
Phase I: 2nd Quarter 2013 groundbreaking
The northern pad (office use) will be constructed first, so the develpment schedule will largely depend on pre-lease commitments.