Tour of Capitol Crossing
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Tour of Capitol Crossing
10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Join us for a tour of Capitol Crossing to see, first hand, how a project is being created “Out Of Thin Air.” If you missed the Air Rights program on June 5th, which included Capitol Crossing in the panel discussion, or if you just want to see the project in person, please join us for the tour led by PGP Development.

Capitol Crossing is a multi-phased, master planned development located in Washington, DC. Capitol Crossing is located just a few blocks from both Union Station and the Verizon Center, and is walking distance to the Capitol. The seven and a half acre site of Capitol Crossing is a state-of-the-art development that spans 3 city blocks and offers 2.2 million square feet of primarily commercial office and ground floor retail space. As one of the largest remaining undeveloped sites in downtown Washington, DC, Capitol Crossing will result in a dramatic transformation of its surrounding area – connecting the long-divided neighborhoods of Capitol Hill and the East End, opening important streets to through-traffic, creating new pedestrian promenades, opening bicycle lanes, bringing dynamic retail businesses to service the residential and business populations and offering tremendous opportunities for private companies to lease large blocks of contiguous space for current needs and future expansion. Capitol Crossing will offer Washington’s newest and most efficient office environment, as well as create a first-of-its-kind Eco-district in the nation’s capital.

Building Amenities - State-of-the-Art Fitness Facilities, Elegantly Designed Lobbies, Pedestrian Walkways with Open Plazas, Tree-Lined Promenade, Seating Areas and Seasonal Landscaping, On-Site Child Care Center, Office Views of the Capitol and the Washington Monument with Floor-to-Ceiling Glass, Anchor Location with High Visibility and Ground Floor Retail Facilities, Roof Terraces have Outdoor Seating, Private Restrooms, Catering Facilities and Spectacular Panoramic Views.

Sustainability Features -  Beyond LEED Platinum Certification, On-Site Cogeneration Plant, Digitally Controlled HVAC System with Variable Air Volume, Reduced Energy Usage and Energy Costs, Clean Indoor Air and Water Conservation Features, Exceeds Many U.S. Green Building Council Standards, High Performance Perimeter Sun Shading Systems, Eco-Chimneys, Daylight Harvesting, Water Catchment and Treatment

PGP Development Team led by Ted Hallinan


Capitol Crossing
200 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC