Gallery PlaceWashington, DC
- Project Use Mixed-Use: Retail, Residential & Office
- Project Size 660,000 square feet
- Year Completed 2004
- Project Use
- Mixed-Use: Retail, Residential & Office
- Project Size
- 660,000 square feet
- Project Location
- 701 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
- Year Completed
- Project Cost
- $250 Million
Gallery Place located at the heart of downtown Washington, DC, anchors downtown’s 7.5 million square feet retail, entertainment and cultural destinations. Opened in 2004, it consists of over 220,000 sf of premier office space, 250,000 sf of retail, 192 elegant condominiums (all sold at prices ranging from $190,000 to $850,000) and has 690 parking spaces. Gallery Place is the most important retail location in downtown DC. Tenants include Bed Bath & Beyond, City Sports, Urban Outfitters, Ann Taylor Loft, Regal Theaters (14 screens), Clyde’s Restaurant Group, Lucky Strike and Zengo.
Halfway between the White House and the Capitol, and atop one of the largest Metro stations in the region, Gallery Place enjoys the ultimate location. It is immediately adjacent to the Verizon Center, which hosts more than 225 thrilling events per year, including the Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals games. It was designed and developed to compliment and anchor this revitalized part of downtown.
Within just a few blocks residents and businesses of Gallery Place can enjoy more than 350 restaurants and 28 hotels; a new modern Convention Center expected to host more than 3 million visitors per year; and over 420 fascinating museums, historic landmarks and art galleries.