We worked with key public transit partners to help develop the building with more energy-efficient features than any other in Virginia. The project site for Nestle USA’s new headquarters was located in Arlington, VA between an existing Dominion Energy Virginia substation and the Rosslyn Metro Station, and development included the adaptive re-use of the operating substation and working with Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) to make significant improvements to the Metro Station, lobby, and infrastructure. This urban infill redevelopment project now offers employees access to the Blue, Orange, and Silver Metro lines, the Potomac River bridges, five major interstates and highways, and the Mount Vernon Trail. We also designed an innovative stormwater detention facility that is also used to cool the air conditioner units.
1812 North Moore Street is among a handful of projects in the nation that have been accepted into the LEED Neighborhood Development Program. It is the first to earn the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED Platinum Certification.
Landscape/Hardscape Construction Documentation
CASE STUDY SPECS
- 35 stories
- Office – 580,000 S.F.
- Retail – 12,000 S.F.
- Structured Parking – 180,000 S.F.
- 2014 NAIOP Award of Merit for Speculative Office Building 15 Stories and Above
- 2007 Smart Growth Project recognized by the Washington Smart Growth Alliance
- Exceptional transit access