National Press Building

Welcome to the next chapter.

Location Washington, DC
Size 490,962 SF
Type Office
Strategy Core-Plus
Status Unrealized

A century of inspiration, refreshed and ready for decades to come.

Just two blocks from the White House in the East End of Washington D.C, the National Press Building features 450,000 SF of office space and an architecturally-renowned reputation anchored by the presence of the National Press Club, established in 1908.

After nearly a century of inspiring our nation’s journalists, this iconic building is poised to meet the needs of the new generation of thinkers and doers. Freshly renovated common areas and desirable new amenities make this building an exciting destination for productive work days and after-hours play. Welcome to the next chapter of the National Press Building. This is a story you won’t want to miss.


blocks from the White House

+ 0 K SF

Amenity Center, Conference, Fitness Room, and Bike Storage

Ensuring best-in-class buildings is more than our specialty, it’s our promise. At Cannon Hill, we pursue top industry certifications in order to provide infrastructure and service that maximizes the health, productivity, and satisfaction of every tenant our properties serve.

The story continues with a reimagined experience.

Our team had the honor of leading the National Press Building’s capital improvement program, overhauling the interiors with updates including a new main lobby atrium, bike storage, fitness center, and a thoughtfully designed amenity floor with conference rooms and office suites. The modern renovation is ready to serve D.C.’s newest generation of thinkers and doers as a blank page for productivity.

A working future, built from a celebrated past.

Our redevelopment and continued management of this property has improved its functionality and appeal within today’s workforce. Retail tenants, such as SPiN Ping Pong Club & Bar, Sidebar Café and Corner Bakery reside alongside top tenant, The National Press Club, in occupancy since the building was developed in 1927. The National Press Building has been reintroduced to the market as more than somewhere to work smart, but also a destination for shopping, playing, and socializing.