Ever since we heard back in September that the District had finally desided what to do with the old printing warehouse in Southeast, we were interested to see what the refurbished design was going to look like. Well hot from the tip line we got these renderings of how the old Washington Star printing warehouse is going to look.
Developer Stonebridge Carras will be leading the effort to turn the building into the new headquarters for the D.C. Child and Family Services Agency, the Office of the Chief Technology Officer and the Commission on the Arts and Humanities. For this being a refurbishment, it sure doesn’t look like much of the historic original building will be visible in the design.
Another rendering after the jump…
[Credit: Mancini Duffy]