1110 Vermont Avenue
Located in Midtown on Vermont Avenue between McPherson Square and Thomas Circle, 1110 Vermont is a 12-story, 300,000 square foot building that combines traditional elements of classical architecture with a modern facade. Contemporary design elements are present at ground level as well. An interactive sound and light garden titled, "Low Rez/Hi-Fi" by MIT professors Eric Howeler and J. Meejin Yoon welcomes tenants before entering the building with an LED-lit concierge desk providing a unique transition from public to private space.
In 2006, the property completed a comprehensive renovation and repositioning. At acquisition in May 2005, the building was only 15% occupied. As of June 2008, leases for about 80% of the building had already been signed. Tenants include advertising giant WPP, The U.S. Justice Department, Citicorp, Sprint, Starbucks and restaurants Mio and Lincoln. The property is located just four blocks from the White House and is two blocks from the McPherson Square Metrorail Station. Perseus Realty sold the property in November of 2010.