Midtown Center

Location: 
Washington, D.C.
Client: 
Carr Properties
Architect: 
SHoP and WDG
Size: 
875,000 Square Feet
Year Completed: 
2018
Certification: 
LEED Gold
Expertise: 
Clark constructed an 875,000 square-foot building with three levels of below-grade parking in Washington, D.C. The 14-story building replaced the existing Washington Post buildings and a neighboring office building. 
 

The structure features multiple three-story atria and includes 45,000 square feet of retail space on two levels, a rooftop terrace, a fitness center, a public courtyard, and a private alley. The building’s façade is comprised of curtain wall, including multiple elevations of 3D panels with pre-patina copper cladding, assembled at varied depths to create a distinct pattern. Three bridges, highlighted with copper fins, each extends one hundred feet across an open plaza.

Midtown Center is designed to achieve LEED®  Gold certification and features a green roof.
 

Awards: 
2018 NAIOP DC|MD Award of Excellence, Best Washington, DC Urban Office over 150,000 SF