The Manhattan Laundry Building

1328-1348 Florida Avenue NW, Washington, DC

Jared Meier

Julia Weber

Site DETAILS

Site DETAILS

  • The complex originally housed the traction facility for a streetcar company. The oldest building on the site, the West building at 1346 Florida Ave, was built in 1877. The complex became a printing plant in 1892 and it was converted into a laundry in 1905. It is part of the expansion of Washington’s urban core and industrial development along Florida Avenue. This historic property features three buildings with ideal space for office or retail in the heart of the U Street neighborhood. The building is just 3 blocks to the U Street Metro Station.

    SPACES AVAILABLE

    • 3,292 SF
    • 700 SF

    DETAILS

    • Final retail space in project surrounded by mixed-use two and three story buildings
    • Ideal for restaurant or retail use
      • Venting in place
      • Ability for Indoor/Outdoor activation along alley
    • Metro Access: Three blocks from U Street (Green/Yellow Lines)

demographics

demographics

.25 Miles.5 Miles1 Mile

Population

9,28032,756114,738

Daytime Population

8,50331,748118,204

Avg. Household Income

$158,891$144,228$147,693

Med. Household Income

$122,316$105,624$105,397

Median Age

343334

% College Educated(B.A or higher)

76.7%76.1%78.1%

SITEPLAN

Available Spaces and Tenants
#
Tenant
SQ FT
1
Available
3,292
2
Available
700

SITEPLAN

Images

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  • CBRE RetailThe Manhattan Laundry Building1328-1348 Florida Avenue NW  Photo
  • CBRE RetailThe Manhattan Laundry Building1328-1348 Florida Avenue NW  Photo