In association with the Croxton Collaborative
The Ariel Rios Federal office project encompasses the renovation of over 300,000 sf of interior space. The structure was built in the early 1930s as a new post office and is currently listed in the GSA’s National Capital Region Historic Properties Inventory. The structure, which is sited within the Federal Triangle district, also houses the Benjamin Franklin Postal Station on the first floor. Included in the facility are a state-of-the-art NETI training facility, a 24-hour national emergency response office, and a variety of general support spaces. Other existing tenants proposed to occupy the remaining space include the General Services Administration and the Secret Service.