CEB Tower at Central Place
This office building is located directly adjacent to the Central Place Residential Tower, which was also constructed by Clark.
The office building is part of a mixed-use development that is situated above the Rosslyn Metro Station and directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood.
Clark first demolished an existing nine-story office building to make way for the 31-story structure, which has two levels of below-grade parking. The 750,000 square-foot, cast-in-place concrete building features a unitized curtain wall with unique curved elements. The main lobby is finished with stone flooring and walls, as well as a translucent stretched fabric ceiling. The structure’s 31st floor houses a public observation deck complete with millwork benches.
The CEB Tower is designed to achieve LEED® Gold certification.
Clark Foundations self-performed support of excavation for the project.