CEB Tower at Central Place
Designed by Beyer Blinder Belle, the new office building will be located directly adjacent to the Central Place Residential Tower, which is currently being constructed by Clark.
The mixed-use development is situated above the Rosslyn Metro Station and directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood.
Clark will first demolish an existing nine-story office building to make way for a 31-story structure with two levels of below-grade parking. Once complete, the 750,000 square-foot, cast-in-place concrete building will feature a unitized curtain wall with unique curved elements. The main lobby will be finished with stone flooring and walls, as well as a translucent stretched fabric ceiling. The structure’s 31st floor will house a public observation deck complete with millwork benches.
The CEB Tower is designed to achieve LEED® Gold certification.
Clark Foundations will perform support of excavation for the project.
Construction will commence in October and substantial completion is slated for July 2017.