Imagine a building that has its own distinct identity, both in style and impact.
Akridge is commited to providing high quality, socially responsible, and eco-friendly office spaces in metro DC and throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Talk of augmented reality, and it often brings to mind a future where glasses or displays are adding digital elements to what we see. Yet as use cases emerge, the technology is also proving to be valuable for engaging with history.
Akridge is proud to award Brayan Hernandez the Thaddeus Stevens School Scholarship for 2018.
A number of corporate executives and District officials gathered at 2100 L Street , NW to celebrate the start of construction of Stevens School and Stevens Place.
When Akridge President and CEO Matt Klein thinks about amenities for the D.C. buildings his company is renovating into trophy offices, he doesn’t just consider fitness centers, shared conference space and rooftop terraces.
It’s been a decade-long saga — with deals done and deals nearly lost, political wrangling and neighborhood outrage — but the redevelopment of the Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School property on D.C.’s West End is, we can finally say, imminent.
Akridge announced today that it, along with joint venture partner Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) (NYSE: OFC), and Argos Group, has executed a lease with global law firm Morrison & Foerster LLP for 81,300 square feet at 2100 L Street.
The Humane Society of the United States has sold its national headquarters to a three-headed team that will redevelop the West End site into a trophy-class office building and renovate an adjacent, historic D.C. school for educational use.