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Sought-after Washington CBD business location - Striking marble lobby atrium - Directly above the Farragut West Metro station...
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    The space

    One of this building's most distinguishing features is its striking marble lobby atrium. The building's impressive size, elegant appearance and dramatic skylight make it one of the most sought-after business locations in Washington, DC. Center amenities include a variety of multi-office suites, offices with atrium views, three conference rooms, one with private balcony access overlooking the elegant atrium fountain. Within the building is an eatery and numerous restaurants within a block of the building. There is secure garage parking, two banks with ATMs, and several retail shops.

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    The location

    Located in the heart of Washington's central business district, directly above the Farragut West Metro station. Adjacent to the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, this building is home for many major law firms, international businesses and corporate headquarters. This center is just a short walk from many prestigious hotels and restaurants, such as the Palm, Legal Seafood and Morton's. Only three blocks from the White House, the centre is walking distance to George Washington University and such monuments as the Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Washington Monument.

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