Washington D.C.

Stream Realty Partners Selected to Lease Harbourside at 2900 K Street, NW

September 28 2 min read

WASHINGTON, D.C., September 28, 2017 – Stream Realty Partners (“Stream”), a national commercial real estate services firm, announced today that it has been retained to lease 2900 K Street, NW, also known as Harbourside, one of Washington, DC’s trophy office buildings located in the historic Georgetown neighborhood. Approximately 40,000 square feet of principally top-floor space is currently available for lease.

“The distinctive design, panoramic views and park-like setting position Harbourside as a one-of-a-kind opportunity for office tenants in the Nation’s capital,” said Stream Managing Partner Kyle Luby. “We look forward to reintroducing this prized asset to the DC market.” Luby, along with Stream Managing Director Matt Pacinelli and Vice President John Klinke, are leading the leasing efforts at the project.

Perched atop the banks of Rock Creek at its confluence with the Potomac River and in the heart of Georgetown’s shopping and dining district, Harbourside offers panoramic views of the Washington Monument, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and historic Georgetown, while providing immediate access to the nearby Georgetown Waterfront Park, the C&O Canal, and numbers running and biking trails. The building also enjoys ease of access to the entire DC region via Interstate 66, Route 50, the George Washington Parkway, Whitehurst Freeway and Rock Creek Parkway.

Completed in 2006 and designed by award-winning architect, Arthur Cotton Moore, Harbourside was developed along with the adjacent the Embassy of Sweden, which includes one of the premier rooftop terraces in the region, expansive conferencing facilities and over 300 art and entertainment events each year.

“The planned common area improvements, together with access to the world class amenities at the House of Sweden and high quality retail will only solidify the building’s position as one of the premier office properties in the District,” said Pacinelli.