A tall building with many windows. A building with a street in front. A building with glass walls. A group of people in a room. A large glass walled building with people and a person sitting on a bench. A person working on the laptop. People walking on a walkway. A group of people sitting outside a building.
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Washington, D.C.

Ballpark Square, a fast-developing Capitol Riverfront neighborhood that will serve as a gateway to an emerging section of the city, has a growing need for high-end office buildings. 99M addresses that need, with a building design that folds and bends to respond to its site — maximizing views and sightlines and carving out flexible amenity spaces that can support tenants’ changing patterns. The folded, staggered metal panels of the building’s façade generate compelling shadows, depth and texture. Inside, folded metal components are given a variety of perforation patterns that create varying levels of porosity. Amenities, such as a ground-floor restaurant and spectacular rooftop terrace, help to position 99M as a premier workplace destination.