Columbia Property Trust has announced the topping off of 80 M Street’s three-floor mass timber vertical expansion. The project will add 105,000 square feet boutique-style space atop Columbia’s existing Capitol Riverfront office building. Once completed in 2022, it will become D.C.’s first commercial offices to rely primarily on mass timber and glass.
Once completed in 2022, it will become D.C.’s first commercial offices to rely primarily on mass timber and glass, as well as the first overbuild in the nation to utilize mass timber as its main design element.
Executives from Columbia Property Trust were joined on April 22 by general contractor DAVIS Construction, architecture and design firm Hickok Cole, construction firm Katerra, and a group of trade partners to celebrate the official topping out of 80 M Street’s three-floor mass timber vertical expansion.
Columbia Property Trust has announced plans for an extensive transformation of the entrance, lobby, and amenity offerings at 80 M Street, its Washington D.C. office building.
The CREBA Awards ceremony, typically a huge event where D.C.’s commercial real estate industry comes together to celebrate the year’s best performers, was held virtually last week for the second consecutive year.
Columbia Property Trust (CXP) is embarking on a series of renovations at 80 M Street, a 286,000-square-foot office building in Washington, D.C.
Think Wood released a full profile of the timber overbuild project at 80 M Street and how it provides a valuable differentiator for the property. Interviews from multiple key contributors to the project highlight the collaborative nature of the teams involved and how special the project is to them.