King Street Station III
Office | 156,904 SF

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King Street Station III Office | 156,904 SF

Leasing Contact

David Goldstein Managing Director JLL Tysons, VA david.goldstein@am.jll.com

Yorke Allen Senior Vice President JLL Tysons, VA yorke.allen@am.jll.com

Brent Mathis Vice President JLL Tysons, VA brent.mathis@am.jll.com

Property Address

1725 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

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Property Description

1725 Duke Street was built in 1989 as a part of the King Street Station Development, which includes three neighboring office buildings (1775 Duke Street, 1800 Diagonal Road and 225 Reinekers Lane) and an Embassy Suites Hotel at 1755 Duke Street. The building is a steel reinforced concrete slab and column structure with a brick facade and punched glass windows. The building is seven stories above grade and is connected to an 1,186 car below grade parking deck that is shared amongst the other properties in the King Street Station Development.

The building is situated on 1.12 acres and fronts Duke Street to the south and Reinekers Lane to the east. Additionally, the building is one block from the King Street Transit Center which is served by the Washington Metro Blue and Yellow lines, Virginia Railway Express and Amtrak. The property is two blocks away from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s two million square foot headquarters. 1725 Duke Street is walkable to the broad amenity base in Alexandria which includes a wide range of restaurants, hotels and retail, including a Whole Foods Market across the street.

Property Address

1725 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314