Since completing its first project in 1971, Quadrangle has built, acquired, commenced development, or begun planning for more than 80 buildings in the Washington DC metropolitan area, aggregating over 20 million square feet and $6 billion in current cost. These include build-to-suit facilities; downtown mixed-use complexes; multi-phase suburban office parks; freestanding office buildings, hotels and apartment complexes; and single-family subdivisions.
Established in 1980, The Wilkes Company specializes in transit-oriented, mixed-use development in emerging neighborhoods of Washington, DC. The company also owns and manages several million square feet of industrial and retail projects throughout the Washington, DC area. For more information, visit:
Mount Vernon Place reflects the award-winning creativity and design expertise of Hartman-Cox Architects. In thirty-two years of practice, the Washington, DC-based firm has produced imaginative and responsible designs for a broad spectrum of commercial, residential and institutional projects. The firm has won over 110 design awards, including six American Institute of Architects honor awards and the American Institute of Architects Firm Award, the highest honor the AIA bestows on a firm for design.
Hartman-Cox is recognized for its ability to meet the demands of urban and historic projects with a high level of detail and finishes. The firm has executed close to 25 major commissions in the downtown central business district and federal government areas. Its overriding design principle is to make each building respect and reinforce its surroundings. Notable projects in the nation's capital include the National Permanent Building, the Georgetown University Student Center and the Folger Shakespeare Library Addition and Renovation.
Sasaki Associates, based in Watertown, Massachusetts, has worked with its clients to create some of the most recognizable icons of modern landscape architecture. Hideo Sasaki, founder of the firm more than 50 years ago, was one of the first landscape architects on the Washington, DC Fine Arts Commission. The firm aims to make enduring landscapes — significant spaces that will last for generations. The landscape architectural practice is integrated with civil engineering and urban design to create new designs on diverse and challenging sites.
Significant landscape projects by the firm in the Washington, DC area include Reston Town Center, recipient of 22 design awards; the Bonsai and Herb Gardens at the National Arboretum; and the Enid Haupt Garden at The Smithsonian Institute Castle. Current work of the firm, led by Sasaki principal Alan Ward, includes the redesign of the east grounds of the US Capitol as part of the Visitor Center project, now under construction; the redesign of Franklin Circle, next to the Old Post Office on 12th Street; and the campus landscape for the FDA Consolidation in White Oak, Maryland.
Meany & Oliver Companies, Inc. is one of the leading privately held commercial real estate firms in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. The firm's primary goal is to help clients maximize the value of their commercial real estate assets and achieve extraordinary results. The breadth of knowledge and depth of expertise enable them to provide clients with a broad range of services including: landlord representation, tenant representation, consulting, investment services and marketing. Their services go beyond simple acquisition and disposition of space. They have helped both private and public sector clients plan and implement their long-term strategic goals. Meany & Oliver have a superior record of helping clients achieve maximum value for their properties, control real estate costs, and meet specific objectives. They provide a clear advantage of working with seasoned real estate professionals who always put their client's interests first and strive to maximize the economic value of their client's real estate assets. Integrity, dependability and experience are the hallmarks of their firm. www.meanyoliver.com