Designed by New York based SHoP Architects, this 12 story, 862,000 RSF trophy office project features an extraordinary public plaza offering tenants and pedestrians the opportunity to interact with approximately 44,000 RSF of retail. Midtown Center creates a rare synergistic sense of place unparalleled in Washington, D.C.
The multi-tenanted building serves as Fannie Mae’s new D.C. headquarters and features suspended bridges connecting the East and West office towers. Amenities are consistent with the building’s first class LEED Gold design and include a fitness center, bike storage and repair facility, rooftop terrace and conference center with sprawling views of downtown Washington, D.C. and its monuments.
“The unique copper facade we have developed is a subtle, 21st-century interpretation of a material associated with the great architectural heritage of D.C. It is also a high-performance response to improving the quality of life in a glass building, angling strategically to provide protection from glaring south light while opening the interiors up to more gentle reﬂected light from the north.”
— Gregg Pasquarelli, Principal, SHoP Architects