Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Reuse, Reposition, and Rewards

As metro DC continues to grow, architectural creativity, new ways to harness sustainability in aging structures and repositioning a building that has been off the radar has brought out the best in our industry leaders. The driving factor that pushes a building’s adaptive re-use is leasing (new leasing, keeping tenants, tenant turnover). The major factor affecting the extent to which landlords will go to reposition the building is based on the building’s location within its submarket.

Some of the case studies presented include: The McPherson Building, Chevy Chase Pavilion, Georgetown Water Heating Plant, FBI Hoover Building, and St. Elizabeths.