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9th Street Office Building


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  • Description: The buildings will feature many sustainable design elements, including green roofing, raised flooring, daylighting and high-tech solar glazing. Also, the new building will re-use many of the historic materials that are currently in the former Murphy Hotel, in which the new building will replace. The 9th Street Building, the former Hotel Richmond, will be rehabilitated following the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation with special care being devoted to the significant character-defining features of the building.

    Type: Office

    Floors: 11

    Height: Square Footage: 571,000 SF

    Architect: Commonwealth

    General Contractor: K.O.R.E Enterprises

    Developer: K.O.R.E Enterprises

    Location: 9th and Broad Street

    Website:

    Proposal

    http://www.dgs.state...bid=206&mid=692

    Department of General Services

    http://www.dgs.state...05/Default.aspx

    Commonwealth Architects

    http://www.comarchs....ebuildings.html

    KORE Enterprises

    http://kore.sowl.com/?p=27

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    More Information:

    Latest News:

    Waiting on Funding from the General Assembly

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