10th & G Street Offices and the First Congregational United Church of Christ is a dynamic mixed-use project in Washington, DC. This project includes includes 188,000 sf of Class-A office space, church worship space for 300 congregants, and a ground-floor retail program. Expected to achieve LEED Gold certification, 10th & G Street Offices presents a unique opportunity to instill lively activity into the area by incorporating new uses in the Penn Quarter and Gallery Place neighborhoods.
The project, immediately adjacent to the Martin Luther King Public Library (Mies Van Der Rohe’s only building in Washington DC) and across the street from Cunningham | Quill Architect’s award-winning Mather Building, is the result of a successful response to a solicitation from the First Congregational United Church of Christ. Collaborating with Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects on a portion of the churchdesign, Cunningham | Quill Architects gas designed a bold new architecture for this exciting program.