WASHINGTON, DC—1800 K St., NW, a 217-070-squarefoot office building owned by Deutsche Asset & WealthManagement will undergo a $40 millionrenovation, with a delivery date scheduled for the firstquarter of 2016.


The renovation will include a new floor-to-ceiling glass façadealong both K and 18th streets. Windows will be installed along thesouthern façade of each floor and the lobby will undergo a completeredesign, including moving the lobby floor down to street grade.Elevators and mechanical systems will be upgraded and a rooftopterrace and tenant-only fitness center will be added.


CBRE's Scott Frankel, Andrew Felber, Mark Klug,and Max Friedman provide landlord representationand leasing services for the building.


Last November 1800 K St. became the first building in the worldto earn certification through the new, more stringent LEED v4Operations and Maintenance: Existing Building rating system. Italso became the second project in the world to obtain any of the 21various rating system adaptations available under LEED v4. DeutscheAsset & Wealth Management pursued the LEED certifications forthe building as part of a portfolio improvement program.

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