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Washington Commercial Real Estate

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Photo of 1100 H St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 600 1100 H St NW - Unit 600 Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Hardwood floors, Open area, Windowed offices with glass inserts, Pantry/work room, and Storage closet   Mar 24 2,090 sqft Office Photo of 2000 P St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 615 (Floor 6) 2000 P St NW - Unit 615 (Floor 6) Dupont Circle, Washington Open area   Mar 24 530 sqft Office Photo of 1100 H St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 450 (Floor 4) 1100 H St NW - Unit 450 (Floor 4) Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Offices and Open area   Mar 24 1,870 sqft Office Photo of 2000 P St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 415 (Floor 4) 2000 P St NW - Unit 415 (Floor 4) Dupont Circle, Washington Efficient 4th floor office suite with a combination of 1 windowed office, reception area, some open area, and a private room. Available mid December 2018. Net of cleaning.   Mar 24 450 sqft Office Photo of 1100 H St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 850 (Floor 8) 1100 H St NW - Unit 850 (Floor 8) Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Upper floor downtown office suite with a combination of open area, reception area, kitchenette, 3 private offices, and a conference room. Partial glass inserts in private offices and conference room for plenty of natural light. Available July 2019.   Mar 24 1,920 sqft Office Photo of 1010 Wisconsin Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 310 (Floor 3), Unit 305 (Floor 3), Unit 420 (Floor 4), Unit 300 (Floor 3) 1010 Wisconsin Ave NW - 4 Spaces Georgetown, Washington Open area for workstations, Floor to ceiling windowed offices with wood doors, Reception area with wood laminate, and Flexible lease terms and rates   Mar 24 1,260 - 4,170 sqft Office
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Photo of 1367-1369 Connecticut Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 400/410 (Floor 4) 1367-1369 Connecticut Ave NW - Unit 400/410 (Floor 4) Dupont Circle, Washington RECENTLY REDUCED! Top level full floor office space featuring skylights and windows in the heart of Dupont Circle. The full floor totals approximately 4,000 SF and includes 4 offices, large open area for workstations, private restroom, reception, storage area, work room, and more!   Mar 24 4,000 sqft Office Photo of 1066 31st St NW Office Space for Rent: Entire Building 1066 31st St NW - Entire Building Georgetown, Washington Wood beams, Exposed brick, Up to 14 foot ceilings height, Hardwood floors, and Net of electric   Mar 24 2,860 sqft Office
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Hotel
Photo of 1054 31st St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 138 (Floor 1), Unit 216 (Floor 2) 1054 31st St NW - 2 Spaces Georgetown, Washington Beautiful office/quasi retail/showroom space with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the courtyard. Suite 138 has a private entrance off of walkway from M Street NW.   Mar 24 750 - 1,000 sqft Office
Retail
Photo of 1010 Wisconsin Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 240 (Floor 2), Unit 300 (Floor 3) 1010 Wisconsin Ave NW - 2 Spaces Georgetown, Washington Beautiful 2nd floor office space with direct lobby exposure and alternate private entrance from alley. The space is mostly open with high ceilings and has plenty of natural light. Available May 2019. Ability to be combined with adjacent retail/showroom space (available November 2019) for a total contiguous suite of approximately 5,984 SF.   Mar 24 720 - 2,160 sqft Office
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Other
Photo of 1200 New Hampshire Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Space 1200 New Hampshire Ave NW - Space Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End, Washington # 1200 New Hampshire 4,403 SF of street-level bank space available for sublease in the heart of Washington DC. The space is prominently located at the intersection of CBD, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom and West End.  Features - Fantastic corner visibility - 21,182 ADT on M Street NW - Served by the DuPont Circle Metro Station - Prominently located at intersection of CBD, DuPont Circle, Foggy Bottom, and West End   Mar 23 4,400 sqft Sublease
Retail
Photo of 1100 H St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 700 (Floor 7), Unit 520 (Floor 5), Unit 750 1100 H St NW - 3 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Exceptional upper floor suite with plenty of natural light centrally located downtown. The space currently has 2 windowed offices and a large windowed conference room. Available   Mar 22 930 - 3,950 sqft Office Photo of 1054 31st St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 314 (Floor 3) 1054 31st St NW - Unit 314 (Floor 3) Georgetown, Washington Move-in ready 3rd floor suite with 3 windowed offices, open area, and reception area. Please call for details regarding prospective occupancy!   Mar 22 1,230 sqft Office Photo of 1100 H St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 305 (Floor 3) 1100 H St NW - Unit 305 (Floor 3) Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Move-in ready 3rd floor corner office suite with a combination of open area (perfect for workstations), windowed offices, conference room, reception area, kitchenette, and a work room. Available November 2018.    Mar 22 2,130 sqft Office Photo of 2001 K St NW Office Space for Rent: Floor 9, Floor 8, Floor 3, Floor 4, Floor 8, Floor 4, Floor 12, Floor 7, Floor 7, Floor Lower Level, Floor 2, Floor 6, Floor 3 2001 K St NW - 13 Spaces Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 3,140 - 49,970 sqft Office Photo of 2141 K Street, NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 404, Unit 208, Unit 603, Unit 800, Unit 606, Unit 407, Unit 503, Unit 501 2141 K Street, NW - 8 Spaces Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 520 - 5,070 sqft Office Photo of 200 Massachusetts Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Floor Penthouse 200 Massachusetts Ave NW - Floor Penthouse Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 2,500 sqft Office Photo of 2141 K Street, NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 401 2141 K Street, NW - Unit 401 Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 4,270 sqft Office Photo of 200 Massachusetts Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Floor 9, Floor 10, Floor 11, Floor 12 200 Massachusetts Ave NW - 4 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 37,000 sqft Office Photo of 2141 K Street, NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 301 AB 2141 K Street, NW - Unit 301 AB Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 3,440 sqft Office Photo of 200 Massachusetts Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Floor 8 200 Massachusetts Ave NW - Floor 8 Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 37,000 sqft Office Photo of 2141 K Street, NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 305 2141 K Street, NW - Unit 305 Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 660 sqft Office Photo of 200 Massachusetts Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Floor 7 200 Massachusetts Ave NW - Floor 7 Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 37,000 sqft Office Photo of 2141 K Street, NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 206 2141 K Street, NW - Unit 206 Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 4,230 sqft Office Photo of 200 Massachusetts Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Floor 5, Floor 6 200 Massachusetts Ave NW - 2 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 37,000 sqft Office Photo of 2141 K Street, NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 3 2141 K Street, NW - Unit 3 Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 570 sqft Office Photo of 200 Massachusetts Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Floor 2, Floor 3, Floor 4 200 Massachusetts Ave NW - 3 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 24,500 - 37,000 sqft Office Photo of 3307 M STREET Office Space for Rent: Space 3307 M STREET - Space Georgetown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 12,850 sqft Office Photo of 601 13th Street Office Space for Rent: Floor 5, Floor 9, Floor 12 601 13th Street - 3 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 6,330 - 40,650 sqft Office Photo of 1899 Pennsylvania Ave NW Office Space for Rent: Floor 4 1899 Pennsylvania Ave NW - Floor 4 Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio, Onsite Parking, and Parking Garage.   Mar 16 18,290 sqft Office Photo of 601 13th Street Office Space for Rent: Unit B (Floor 3), Unit B (Floor 8), Unit A (Floor 8), Unit A (Floor 2), Unit A (Floor 3), Unit B (Floor 2), Floor 5 601 13th Street - 7 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 16 2,440 - 9,730 sqft Office Photo of 2440 M St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 720, Unit 501, Unit 807, Unit 312, Unit 804, Unit 322, Unit 817, Unit 810 2440 M St NW - 8 Spaces Foggy Bottom - GWU - West End, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 15 900 - 5,050 sqft Office Photo of 900 7th Street Northwest Office Space for Rent: Floor 6, Floor 1, Unit A, Unit B 900 7th Street Northwest - 4 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 15 3,570 - 9,000 sqft Office Photo of 1725 I St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit 225 (Floor 2), Unit 900 (Floor 9) 1725 I St NW - 2 Spaces Dupont Circle, Washington Gym, Parking Ratio, Onsite Parking, Lobby Attendant, Close Public Transit, and Close Points Of Interest.   Mar 15 4,850 - 12,520 sqft Office Photo of 1201 F St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit B3 1201 F St NW - Unit B3 Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 15 4,630 sqft Office Photo of 1725 I St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit C15 (Floor Concourse) 1725 I St NW - Unit C15 (Floor Concourse) Dupont Circle, Washington Gym, Parking Ratio, Onsite Parking, Lobby Attendant, Close Public Transit, and Close Points Of Interest.   Mar 15 6,260 sqft Office Photo of 1201 F St NW Office Space for Rent: Unit A, Unit  B150, Unit 600 (Floor 6) 1201 F St NW - 3 Spaces Downtown-Penn Quarter-Chinatown, Washington Parking Ratio and Onsite Parking.   Mar 15 1,500 - 7,290 sqft Office Photo of Presidential Plaza Office Space for Rent: Unit GR5, Unit 203, Unit 250, Unit 201, Unit 300, Unit 350, Unit 600, Unit 500, Unit 700, Unit 800 Presidential Plaza - 10 Spaces Dupont Circle, Washington Parking Ratio, Onsite Parking, Close Public Transit, and Close Points Of Interest.   Mar 15 520 - 15,970 sqft Office

Washington

Market Report

Number of Listings
Posted in the last 180 days
996
Median Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$66
Median rate is a number derived from the median rate of listings posted on 42floors and reports from thought leaders in the area.
Median Size (sqft)
1,100

Washington DC Office & Commercial Space

The city of Washington DC serves as the capital of the United States, and features a wide array of political, economic and cultural infrastructure. Featuring a residential population of 600,000 individuals, Washington DC and the larger Washington metropolitan area (which features a population of well over 1.5 million residents) serve as a vibrant hub of activity in this region of the country. Due to its advantageous positioning in close proximity to both Maryland and Virginia, it is not uncommon for residents of these two states to commute into Washington DC during the workweek. In fact, the population of Washington DC often doubles on workdays because of this influx. Business owners seeking rental properties for lease in this city, including both office space for rent and commercial space for rent, will find that the available properties here are very conducive for establishing a strong presence in the region that is capable of further expansion. The various neighborhood zones of Washington DC each host numerous business enterprises that vary widely in size and scope.

Washington DC Economic Overview

The median household income level in Washington DC is approximately $65,000, well above many of the surrounding communities. Due to the large number of high-income occupations found within Washington DC, it should come as no surprise that incomes have reached their current levels here. That being said, Washington DC also features a relatively large income gap between the higher and lower-income demographic groups. In a recent survey, it was revealed that nearly 19% of the local population here currently lives below the poverty line.

Common occupations for residents of Washington DC include positions in industries such as media, agriculture, law, education and public administration. As could be expected, the various political offices found throughout the area are a significant source of employment.

Washington DC is also home to a number of notable universities, each of which employs a substantial number of academics and professionals. These higher education institutions provide a valuable source of income for the area, thanks in large part to the substantial number of tuition payments made each semester by thousands of domestic and international students.

Tourism is also a large industry in Washington DC, and accounts for a large portion of the city’s annual income. Visitors from around the world flock to Washington DC in order to take in the sights and sounds of the US capital.

Washington DC At A Glance

For those who have not yet been to Washington DC, the first steps taken in this magnificent city will reveal a wide array of spectacular sights and attractions. Washington DC is home to some of the finest museums in the country, including the National Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum, the Smithsonian Institution Building and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

A number of famed performance ensembles can also be found here, including the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington National Opera and the popular Washington Ballet. The United States Marine Band, the oldest professional performing ensemble in the country, is also located here.

Washington DC is also one of twelve cities in the United States that hosts a professional sports team in each of the major athletic disciplines: the Washington Wizards (basketball), the Washington Capitals (hockey), the Washington Nationals (baseball), and the Washington Redskins (football).

Washington DC History

The origins of Washington DC can be traced back to the early days of the United States following the victory over the British during the American Revolution for Independence. The passage of the Residence Act in 1790 called for the creation of a national capital along the banks of the Potomac River. In September of 1791, the new city that had been erected to house the capitol was named Washington in honor of the country’s first president. In 1814, Washington DC was severely damaged during the “Burning of Washington,” an event which involved the burning of the White House by invading British troops as part of the War of 1812. The city remained a volatile environment well into the 1900s. In April of 1968, massive riots broke out in the streets of Washington DC following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This formative period of time helped shape the cultural landscape of the United States as we know it today. Washington DC has continued to evolve and expand in recent years, and remains an essential component of modern-day America.

Washington DC Population

Demographically, Washington DC is largely mixed. In the 2012 census, it was found that nearly 50% of the DC metropolitan area is African American, with a variety of other groups representing significant portions of the overalls population. Nearly 42% of the population in Washington DC is currently classified as Caucasian. Due to the large number of academic institutions and political organizations found throughout Washington DC, it is estimated that roughly 10,000 foreign nationals can be found living in the city at any given time.

Washington DC has long suffered from a lack of education and training among members of the general population. A recent study has revealed that nearly 33% of DC residents were “functionally illiterate.”

Trends of Washington DC

As is common with a vast number of large cities in the United States, Washington DC is continuing to develop its economy, culture and overall ethnic diversity. Having long been a popular destination among foreign students, the city is slowly beginning to host an increasing number of foreign-born professionals who have been trained in American institutions. Some of the more rapidly expanding industries currently found in DC include education, scientific research and financial management, among others.

Where to Lease in Washington DC

Washington DC’s economic fabric consists of pockets of activity and development situated throughout the city at large. Not only does Washington DC proper feature a number of viable rental properties, but the surrounding metropolitan area is also quite conducive for leasing.

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