How Sexy Can an Office Building Be?

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The 2000 Corporate Ridge 10-story office building renovation activates the formerly static McLean complex with opportunity and energy. The live video stuns with footage so pristine, it resembles a rendering. The 102,254 SF redesign projects the suburban building into direct competition with DC’s millennial- and amenities-focused commercial real estate market and places it on a swift track to achieve 100 percent tenant occupancy.

2000 corporate ridge building repositioning

The complete building repositioning, in partnership with Westport Capital Partners, Cambridge Holdings, Cushman & Wakefield and Bognet Construction, supports a comprehensive and balanced work-life experience for suburban employees and addresses ease of access to food, fitness, and relaxation.

2000 corporate ridge building repositioning

Metropolitan-minded amenities include hotel-inspired lobby; open pantry and café; outdoor café and terrace lounge; rooftop lounge; three-story glass storefront and glass atrium ceiling; gym and locker-room; amenity center; and expandable conference space.

2000 corporate ridge building repositioning

To learn more about 2000 Corporate Ridge’s building repositioning and design, contact

2000 corporate ridge building repositioning

Thank you to our partners who made this project possible!

Westport Capital Partners
Sean Armstrong, Principal and Portfolio Manager

Cambridge Holdings

Ben Eldridge, Executive Vice President of Leasing & Asset Management, Cambridge Asset Advisors
J. Brent Emory, Senior Project Manager, Cambridge Construction Group

Cushman & Wakefield
Josh Masi, Executive Director, Investor Services
Tom Walsh, Director, Investor Services
Bruce Pascal, Executive Managing Director
Pat Clark, Associate

Bognet Construction
Michael Coyle, Senior Vice President
Mike Denisar, Senior Project Manager
Matt Ellsworth, Project Manager
Bobby Whitacre, Assistant Project Manager
Justin Combs, Superintendent
Karl Morgan, Superintendent

Photography by Chris Spielmann, Spielmann Studio.