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Vacant Alexandria office building to be converted into residential, retail space

Big changes are coming to Alexandria, Virginia

Photo via Perseus Realty, City of Alexandria

For most of its nearly 50 years of existence, the Alexandria, Virginia, building located at 200 Stovall Street has been leased by the General Services Administration. Currently, it’s vacant, but there are plans to convert the former office building into an apartment building with ground-floor retail.

Washington Business Journal reported that the project calls for an “addition of 25,000 square feet of ground-floor retail, conversion of two lower floors into parking, and the construction of upper floor additions that raise the building's height from 150 to 200 feet.”

The building currently spans 610,000 square feet with nearly six acres of land. The developer behind the project is Perseus Realty.

Massive office-to-residential conversion planned for Alexandria's Hoffman Town Center [Washington Business Journal]