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WASHINGTON, DC-Close to two years after it acquired the property, National Public Radio is getting set to break ground to redevelop what will be its headquarters at 1111 N. Capitol St.

Purchased from J Street Development in March 2008, the 81-year-old 1111 N. Capitol St. is a 174,058-square-foot flex-industrial building. Plans call for NPR to redevelop it into a 400,000-square-foot office building that preserves some 78,000 square feet of the original historic structure, including frontages on North Capitol and Pierce streets.

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