Constitution Centers dramatic reinvention is a work of art, fully leased and owned by
CC Owner LLC.
Tenants enjoy the benefit of the building's cutting edge technology, and LEED Gold Core/Shell.
A commitment to preparedness resonates throughout Constitution Center. CC Owner LLC has taken a proactive approach that anticipates – and then protects – Constitution Center’s occupants, resources, structure, and continuity of operations from multiple hazards.
Constitution Center is a unique building even by Washington standards. The ten-story facility is divided into four quadrants surrounding a one acre landscaped courtyard park. Offering the latest in workplace design and optimum flexibility, the building easily allows stacking either vertically or horizontally.
Constitution Center improves the quality of the work environment, from energy efficiency and water reduction to sustainable building materials and positive indoor air quality. With a LEED Gold Core Shell rating: recognizing Constitution Center as a landmark of sustainable design. The "green" improvements provide a positive effect on tenants; sparking an aggressive building-wide recycling program, a pride of place and further breakthrough ideas.
Just steps away from the National Mall, Constitution Center's new glass facade provides outstanding views from every office and natural light from every window. Constitution Center sets a new standard in modern office design that affords tenants unforgettable 360 degree views of the city including:
Constitution Center contains two works by nationally recognized artists, sculptor Richard Deutsch and artist Stephen Knapp. The sculpture was created to honor the memory of David Nassif and his son David E. Nassif, who developed the original building, and the lightpainting was commissioned to celebrate the building’s rebirth and the future.
Drawing references from the massing and shape of the original building by noted architect Edward Durell Stone, Richard Deutsch created Legacy. The sculpture consists of interlocking granite elements which reflect the quadrants of the former building, and the granite elements incorporate vertical striations in the stones to evoke the memory of the former marble façade. Stephen Knapp’s Transformation is a dynamic and colorful lightpainting that splashes intense beams of colored light along the walls and ceiling to create a mesmerizing composition. The light begins at the D Street entrance of the L’Enfant Metro and visually leads you into the building.