One Franklin Square

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One Franklin Square
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General information
Type Commercial offices
Location 1301 K Street NW
Washington D.C
United States
Coordinates 38°54′10″N 77°01′50″W / 38.90281°N 77.03051°W / 38.90281; -77.03051Coordinates: 38°54′10″N 77°01′50″W / 38.90281°N 77.03051°W / 38.90281; -77.03051
Completed 1989
Owner Hines Interests Limited Partnership
Management Hines Interests Limited Partnership
Height
Roof 64 m (210 ft)
Top floor 39.6 m (130 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 12
4 basements
Floor area 591,840 sq ft (54,984 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Hartman-Cox Architects
The Dewberry Companies
Developer Prentiss Company
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One Franklin Square is a high-rise building at 1301 K Street NW, in Washington, D.C, United States. The 64 m (210 ft), 12 story building was completed in 1989, and is the fifth-tallest building in The District, occupying almost the entire north side of the 1300 block of K Street NW across from Franklin Square.

The building is owned and managed by Hines Interests; developed by Prentiss Company and designed by Hartman-Cox Architects and The Dewberry Companies.

One Franklin Square is an important setting in the final act of the 2009 Dan Brown novel, The Lost Symbol.

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