1100 First Street NE, Washington, D.C.

1100 First Street NE, Washington, D.C.

1100 First Street

1100 First Street in Washington, D.C. is a 12-story LEED Gold-certified office building developed in 2009.

1100 First Street NE is a 347,608-square-foot Class-A LEED-Gold office building in the NoMa submarket of Washington, D.C.

It was developed in 2009 and designed by renowned Chicago-based architect Krueck & Sexton. Major tenants include the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Mathematica Policy Research.

NoMa is a rapidly growing submarket in Washington, D.C., comprising 31 city blocks of office space, residential developments, hotels, and retail space.

The Rockefeller Group acquired the building in a joint venture with Mitsubishi Estate New York. This acquisition is part of its strategy to seek well-located premier office assets in constrained markets that are experiencing strong economic recovery.

The building is free-standing on the corner of First and L streets, NE, with an all-glass curtain wall on the north and east facades. Tenant amenities include an onsite fitness center and convenient public and private transportation – most notably Union Station.