The Atrium Building, an office building at 277 S. Washington Street in Old Alexandria, Virginia, has completed an 18-month renovation worth $ 5 million from top to bottom.
The Atrium Building, an office building at 277 S. Washington Street in Old Alexandria, Virginia, has completed an 18-month renovation, costing $ 5 million, from top to bottom, including the addition of a penthouse-level meeting room and rooftop terrace. overlooking the Potamac River, the Old City and the National Harbor.
The Atrium Building was built in 1978 as the headquarters of Time Life Inc. It was acquired by Bethesda, Maryland, WC & AN Miller Development Company at Carr Company in 2015.
“It has been a difficult and challenging time for our contractors and for us to ensure that we deliver on time and realize our vision of the building,” said Robert Miller, WC & AN Miller’s chef. “All the improvements and amenities we have invested in have made the building more functional and in line with today’s workforce expectations.”
These new amenities include a new lobby atrium with lounges and seating areas, a golf simulator room, showers, lockers, a bicycle room and a grand staircase that connects to the penthouse and terrace.
Avison Young manages office rentals at The Atrium Building.
The current tenants of The Atrium Building are the American Personnel Association, Mae’s Market & Cafe, Barre3 and Get Fit by Carlo.
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