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733 10th Street is a distinctive, freestanding structure featuring sweeping views on all six sides. Located in the business and cultural heart of D.C. with immediate access to the largest metro station in the system, it is destined to become a landmark project. 733 10th Street combines green building principles with modern conveniences to turn office space into an inspiring environment.
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Service: Commercial development
Market segment: Offices
East End BID Momentum Award
Landmark Development Project
Urban Office Sale of the Year
Washington Business Journal - Best Real Estate Deals of 2012
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733 10th and G is a mixed-use development in central Washington DC that was designed to LEED Core and Shell Gold certification and involved the first carbon footprint study of its kind in the US.
Partnership with the First Congregational United Church of Christ which was originally located on the site. Skanska built a new facility into the new building.
The building also contributes towards sustainable urban development, as it is the redevelopment of an existing site in a core location. It also promotes more sustainable modes of transport, with secure bicycle storage and a location within one block of all five Metro lines and several bus routes.
A green building tenant handbook has been compiled for the building and Skanska actively encourages tenants to carry out LEED Commercial Interior fit-outs.
Educational signage is set up at relevant point throughout the building to raise awareness of the building's green features among tenants and visitors. The project also raised awareness of building carbon footprinting among the project team, which involved educating subcontractors through training initiatives.
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