Real Estate Journal — Green Buildings — December 22 - January 12, 2018 — 27B


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G reen B uildings Tysons, Virginia project targeted for completion in October 2018 with LEED Gold Certification Skanska to build new office building and movie theater at The Boro W ASH I NGTON , D.C. — Skanska USA has signed complete in October 2018. It will be seeking LEED ® Gold certification.

326-unit luxury residential apartment building with sig- nificant rooftop amenities and approximately 7,000 s/f of ground-floor restaurant and retail space, located at 22 M St. NE, between North Capitol and First Sts., NE. Skanska recently completed American University’s East Campus project and the First St. Tunnel, part of D.C. Wa- ter’s Clean Rivers Project, and previously completed the reconstruction of the 11th St. bridges and adjacent interchanges in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. n

Skanska’s other construc- tion and development projects in the greater D.C. region in- clude: the headquarters facil- ity for the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (D.C. Water); 99M, an 11-sto- ry, 234,000 s/f class A office building inWashington, D.C.’s Capitol Riverfront neigh- borhood; 2112 Pennsylvania Ave., an 11-story, 230,000 s/f office building and 10,000 s/f of ground floor retail; and RESAat Tyber Place, a new

a contract with The Merid- ian Group and Rockefeller Group to build a new office building and movie theater at The Boro in Tysons. The 20-story, 458,000 s/f class A office building, and more than 110,000 s/f movie theater will both be construct- ed over a shared five-level, below-grade parking garage. Three additional levels of parking will be constructed above grade below the theater complex. These buildings are part of The Boro’s 1.7 million s/f phase one, which also in- cludes 260,000 s/f of retail, 700 residential units, and 500,000 s/f of office space. Once complete, The Boro will consist of more than 1,500 residential units, 1.8 million s/f of office, 316,000 s/f of re- tail, and 250,000 s/f of hotel space. “As one of the largest and most exciting private devel- opment projects under con- struction in the Washington region, The Boro represents a significant addition to the rap- idly changing Tysons area,” said executive vice president and general manager Steve Skinner of Skanska’s Wash- ington, D.C. building opera- tions. “It will offer a unique ‘downtown’ feel to Tysons, with its blend of residential, retail, entertainment, and of- fice environments.” The office tower, constructed from a design by the Gensler architectural firm, is already more than 20% leased. Tegna, a broadcasting, digital media and marketing services com- pany, which owns 46 televi- sion stations in 38 markets, has leased the top floors of the office building. Hogan Lovells is leasing 44,500 s/f on the 16th and 17th floors. Chicago-based Kerasotes ShowPlace Theatres will op- erate the 15-screen theater with dining options as part of its ShowPlace ICON Theatres chain. The theater will feature a lobby lounge with a bistro and bar and seating for more than 150. The facility will also offer rentable space for cor- porate meetings and events, with the satellite-conferencing capability and the ability to project multiple formats onto the large screens. The project is expected to be

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