The project will last about two and a half years. And as the construction date looms, the project’s developer will now have to begin the process of selecting tenants to fill the 250,000-square-foot space.
The company set to develop GW’s office complex at 2100 Pennsylvania Ave. will go forward with construction this year without a tenant lined up to pay the building’s high rent.
The University announced Tuesday that it chose a developer to begin a multi-million dollar renovation at 2100 Pennsylvania Ave.
Two leaders of Foggy Bottom’s top advocacy group claim the neighborhood could lose half a million dollars in public land if the University alters it to construct a new office building.
University administrators have yet to pick a developer for its 11-story office building along Pennsylvania Avenue, which local business owners say has left them in the lurch.
Strife with neighbors over a public alleyway has once again put a hitch in GW’s construction plans as Foggy Bottom representatives decided to hold off on approving the University’s latest project.
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The D.C. Zoning Commission unanimously approved GW’s proposal to construct an office building along Pennsylvania Avenue Monday.
Student Association Senate leaders are pressing the University to think local when choosing retailers for its Pennsylvania Avenue office complex.