Central Place

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Central Place
1812 North Moore.jpg
Central Place residential tower (left) and 1812 N Moore (right)
General information
TypeOffice tower, residential tower, ground floor retail and plaza, observation deck, above ground parking
LocationRosslyn, Arlington, Virginia
Coordinates38°53′46.2″N 77°4′16.6″W / 38.896167°N 77.071278°W / 38.896167; -77.071278Coordinates: 38°53′46.2″N 77°4′16.6″W / 38.896167°N 77.071278°W / 38.896167; -77.071278
Elevation~70–90 ft (21–27 m)
Completed2017 residential tower, 2018 office tower[1]
OwnerJBG Smith
Height
Antenna spireCEB Tower 391 ft (119 m)[2] Residential Tower 355 ft (108 m)
Technical details
Floor count26 (CEB Tower) 31 (Residential Tower)[1]
Floor area1,000,000 sq ft (92,900 m2)[3]
Design and construction
ArchitectBeyer Blinder Belle
Main contractorJBG Smith

Central Place is mixed-use development, consisting primarily of CEB Tower (headquarters of CEB Inc.) to the south, and a residential tower to the north, with a plaza between them in Arlington, Virginia. The office tower is home to Virginia's second public observation deck, after the City Hall of Richmond, Virginia, located nearly 490 ft (149 m) above sea level,[2] and is the highest public location in the Washington metropolitan area.[4]

History[edit]

Design began in 2002 and construction was set to begin in 2008, but was delayed to 2014 due to the Great Recession in the United States.[1] The complex is located directly above the Rosslyn station of the Washington Metro and some bedrock, presenting engineering challenges.[1]

CEB Tower in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, VA.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Central Place Development Transforms Rosslyn Skyline". Engineering News-Record.
  2. ^ a b "Central Place". Rosslyn BID.
  3. ^ "With sign issue resolved, CEB to anchor planned Rosslyn tower". American City Business Journals.
  4. ^ "CEB Tower at Central Place". JBG Smith.