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BETHESDA, MD—Federal Realty Investment Trust has unveiledrenderings of its new headquarters at 909 Rose, an office buildinglocated in its Pike & Rose mixed-use project. The office spacewas designed by Wingate Hughes Architects.

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The locally-based REIT's new office include an abundance ofnatural light from floor to ceiling windows, authentic materialsand integration within the 24-acre Pike & Rose neighborhood.Perhaps most interesting is one of the amenities the REIT isoffering: namely an opportunity to join a CSA (community-supportedagriculture) program at the largest soil-based rooftop farm in theMid-Atlantic region. These programs, found across the country, areusually subscription-based, allowing members to receive freshproduce on the regular from local farms.

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Other touches: There is an interconnecting staircase betweenFederal's two floors, a raised lounge featuring living roomseating, strong acoustic privacy and natural “bump into” space,according to Gavin Daniels, principal of Wingate Hughes.

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The second office building in the LEED ND neighborhood, 909 Rosewill be 11-stories and offer Class A, LEED Silver designated space,which is being designed by Hickok Cole Architects.

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Erika Morphy

Erika Morphy has been writing about commercial real estate at GlobeSt.com for more than ten years, covering the capital markets, the Mid-Atlantic region and national topics. She's a nerd so favorite examples of the former include accounting standards, Basel III and what Congress is brewing.