ICONIC DESIGN & CURATED RETAIL
Designed by SHoP Architects and WDG Architecture, Midtown Center is an 865,000 square foot trophy office building with two towers connected by three pedestrian bridges that extend 100 feet across the plaza below. Midtown Center sets a new standard for first-class offices in Washington, D.C., with amenities that are consistent with the building’s LEED Gold construction. Amenities include on-site parking with electric charging stations, a double height fitness center with ultramodern cardio and weight lifting equipment, Peloton bikes, and a yoga room, a 1,300 square foot bike room, a penthouse conference center, and an amenitized rooftop terrace with views of downtown Washington, D.C. and the Washington Monument.
Midtown Center’s thoughtful design is intended to promote work-life balance by providing access for both customers and the public to an expansive and vibrant 45,000 square foot retail plaza. From coffee shops to fast casual to fine dining, Midtown Center will soon welcome some of Washington, D.C.’s most coveted restaurants. The following retailers call Midtown Center home:
- Dauphine’s: A Louisiana-style restaurant led by chef Kyle Bailey, the creators of The Salt Line seafood restaurant, and the owner of the James Beard award-winning Cure cocktail bar in New Orleans.
- Philotimo: The newest dynamic concept from Michelin-star chef, Nicholas Stefanelli, will offer indoor and outdoor seating, and cuisine from all regions of Greece.
- Shōtō: A Japanese concept by renowned restaurateur Arjun Waney. The 140-seat Japanese restaurant features a robata grill, open kitchen, sushi counter, and bar.
- Akēdo: The sister restaurant to Shōtō will serve-up fast-casual Japanese street food during the day and transform into a lively bar and lounge with DJs and entertainment in the evenings.
- Grazie Grazie: A Philadelphia-style Italian deli featuring small plates, sandwiches, and salads.
- Little Chicken: Chicken joint and an outdoor garden, with menu items including crispy buttermilk chicken sandwiches.
- Sweet Blossom: Ice cream shop.
- Hometown: A news stand, with its first location in Washington, D.C.’s Eaton Hotel.
|Number of Floors||14|
|Building Size||867,000 SF|
|Average Floor||75,500 SF|
|Parking Ratio||1:1000 SF|
|Column Spacing||40' x 30'|
|Amenities||Conference Center, Fitness Center, Secure Bike Room, Rooftop Terrace, Parking Garage, and On-Site Retail|
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1100 15th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005