Edison Place (701 9th Street)

Edison Place

701 9th Street, NW, Washington, DC

701 9th Street, NW, also known as Edison Place, recently achieved the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Existing Buildings: Operation & Maintenance Gold designation. Prominently situated one block west of the Verizon Center and across the street from the National Portrait Gallery and the Gallery Place Metro Station, the building is home to the corporate offices of the Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO). A rooftop terrace provides spectacular views of the Washington Monument and the U.S. Capitol. Its central location in the East End submarket of Washington, DC’s downtown business district is within walking distance to many restaurants, business services and museums.

Building Size (000s Sq. Ft.):

Office: 340

Retail: 24

Parking: 183

Typical Floor Size: 36,500 RSF

Number of Floors: 10

Year Built: 2001

Building Architect: Devereaux & Purnel

  • Zaytinya and Starbucks in the building
  • Convenient access to Metro Subway System - across the street from Gallery Place/Chinatown (red/green/yellow lines) and two blocks from Metro Center (red/orange/blue lines)
  • Conveniently located near numerous restaurants and hotels including Zola, Café Atlantico, Hotel Monaco, Poste, Jaleo, Grand Hyatt, Proof and Oya
  • Underground parking garage
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