Jones Lang LaSalle, which arranged the constructionfinancing for the project, is also handling the leasing.Plans call for ACS to occupy all of the 10th floor and itsaffiliates to occupy a portion of the third floor, John Doub,national director with JLL, tells GlobeSt.com.

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The firm has letters of intent on some 15,000 sf, leaving about115,000-sf of rentable space. Asking rates start in the high $30sper sf and go to the mid-to-upper $40s per sf, triple net. Buildingdelivery is scheduled for Q1 2010, with some tenants able to dointerior build out towards the end of 2009.

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"We will be targeting other associations, non profits,corporations, government affairs offices and contractors aspossible tenants," he says. 20 F St. will be one of the few officeswith space available in Capitol Hill.The building's meeting facilities will be another lure forprospective tenants Doub says. There will be a 6,000-sf conferencecenter plus warming kitchen on the first floor--making it ideal forcatered events--as well as two boardrooms. There is also aroof-deck, complete with restroom facilities, which can be accessedby two elevators. "When ACS had the concept for the building theyenvisioned a place that would attract speakers from around theworld," Doub says.

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