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A full-service business center located in the Class “A” World Wildlife Fund Building, this location provides unique interior, atrium-facing, and exterior private offices as well as multi-office private suites. With an eight-story atrium and a preserved, historic façade, our center is also home to the city’s third largest green roof with over 300 species of plants. The building is LEED Platinum certified and uses efficient systems to conserve electricity and water. The building includes a fitness center with locker rooms and 24/7 access, a convenient Deli/Newsstand, and is home to Capital Kids Child Development Center. Parking and customizable lease terms available.
Situated between Georgetown and the K Street corridor bordering Rock Creek Park, 1250 24th Street NW is just a short walk from both Foggy Bottom/GWU and Dupont Circle Metro stations. Free shuttle buses also run to/from each Metro station during morning and evening rush hours. A convenient location for businesses with many out of town guests, the Fairmont Hotel and the Park Hyatt Hotel, featuring the renowned Blue Duck Tavern are located just down the block. Famed Indian restaurant, Rasika, is within short walking distance as well as shops, banks, and retailers in Georgetown. The World Wildlife Fund building is conveniently accessible via Rock Creek Parkway and the George Washington Parkway for daily commuters and is a short drive or Metro ride away from Capitol Hill and Metro Center.