1000 Maine will become the most prominent office building in Washington, DC. The building sits at the foot of the 14th Street Bridge, DC’s main entry point, where over 170,000 cars pass each day. There is no better opportunity to highlight your brand in all of DC.
The view corridors showcase all that Washington, DC represents: the US Capitol Building, Washington Monument, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Potomac River, and Virginia & DC skylines — just to name a few.
As a freestanding building with 10-foot finished ceilings throughout, there is no shortage of natural light. Offices feel equally loft-like and corporate.
The double-height lobby creates a grand arrival. Once inside the lobby, enjoy one of the most exciting atrium spaces the city has ever seen, with the marble-framed view of the Washington Channel and Market Pier.
On the rooftop terrace, convene in either of the separate meeting spaces. Each space features a private terrace that allows you to take in a complete view of the city skyline including the Potomac River and many national monuments.
The unique shape of the building includes bars which follow the east and west boundaries of the parcel, mirroring how the parcel footprint narrows at the north end of the Wharf site. This shape creates flexible space between the bars and maximizes stunning city views.
With 23,000 SF flexible floor plates, your office space has the potential to be any variety of open or closed layouts.
The 180’ long eastern and western boundaries feature 45’ by 20’ column spacing allowing for a highly customizable office environment with maximum design flexibility. The two bars are joined by flexible center spaces which hold opportunities for meeting areas.
The elegant pairing of terra cotta and glass give the exterior of the building a dynamic quality. The terra cotta bays in the two-story frames create depth and interest in the building facade. The glass allows the building to be flooded with natural light.
The lobby combines stone, copper tones, and wood ceilings to evoke a rich texture. To complete this combination is the all-glass, three-story-high atrium wall through which The Wharf and the Washington Channel are visible.
On the second floor stands the spa quality 3,500 SF fitness center overlooking The Wharf and the water. Be inspired by the energy and refreshed by the views.
Energy efficiency is a priority at 1000 Maine and throughout The Wharf. 1000 Maine is designed to feature a LEED Gold Core and Shell certification and uses a Dedicated Outside Air System (DOAS) system.
You won’t find another trophy office building with 10’ ceilings throughout in the DC Metro area.