Year of Construction
Built in 1907, 740 Fifteenth has anchored the corner of 15th and H streets through 20 presidents, four owners and several expansions.
A pillar of the historic, Fifteenth Street Financial District
Less than one block from the US Treasury, 740 Fifteenth was home to one of the District’s most prominent banks for almost 100 years. Now, the building houses some of the nation’s most prominent nonprofits.
Tenants of 740 Fifteenth enjoy access to a wealth of onsite amenities, including a high-end, tenant-only fitness center, bike storage room, conference center and Joe’s Prime Steak, Seafood and Stone Crab.
The District’s Most Iconic Address
For your weekly office meeting or quarterly board meeting, 740 Fifteenth’s high-end conference center can accommodate your needs with a variety of conferencing options.
740 Fifteenth helps you exercise before heading to the office, at lunch, or after a long day at work. The building’s tenant-only, state-of-the-art fitness center is complete with locker rooms, showers and towel service.
Situated along one of DC’s most traveled bike lanes, 740 Fifteenth has an indoor, climate-controlled bike storage room that keeps your wheels secure during the day.
Joe’s Prime Steak, Seafood and Stone Crab
One of DC’s premier restaurants is onsite and perfect for lunch, dinner, or to unwind at happy hour. Check out their menu here.
Gender Neutral Restrooms
National Community Reinvestment Coalition is proud to be one of the first landlords in Washington, D.C., to construct all gender neutral bathrooms, located on the 5th floor.
Less than two blocks from McPherson Square and Metro Center Metro stations, 740 Fifteenth also provides immediate access to points north and south along 14th Street (Interstate 395) and 15th Street.
...was sitting one block away in the White House in 1907, when 740 Fifteenth Street delivered. The Neo-Classical Revival style building was designed by Wood, Donn and Deming, the District’s most prominent architectural practice of the time, and was constructed to accommodate a bank on the street level and eight floors of office space. Composed of concrete and Carnegie Steel, 740 Fifteenth’s exterior walls are clad with granite from Mt. Airy, North Carolina and it’s Corinthian columned facade symbolizes the strength of D.C.’s Financial District during the time of its construction.
740 Fifteenth has anchored the corner of Fifteenth and H Street Northwest through economic expansions and recessions, 20 Presidents, four owners and several expansions that have elevated its distinguished presence. With interior renovations that have enhanced 740 Fifteenth’s historic qualities and timeless appeal, the building continues to stand as an iconic piece of America’s history.
Leased by Stream
Stream Realty Partners, L.P. is a full-service real estate investment, development and services company. Since its formation in 1996, Stream Realty has grown from two original partners to a staff of over 750 real estate professionals nationwide with office locations in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Fort Worth, Denver, Houston, Southern California, San Antonio and Washington, D.C.
Stream Realty leases and/or manages more than 180 million square feet of commercial buildings across the nation, completes over $2.4 billion in real estate transactions annually, and is considered one of the most active investors and developers in the Southwest.
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC) was formed in 1990 by national, regional, and local organizations to develop and harness the collective energies of community reinvestment organizations from across the country in order to increase the flow of private capital into traditionally underserved communities. NCRC has grown to an association of more than 600 community-based organizations that promote access to basic banking services, including credit and savings, affordable housing and job development in creating vibrant communities for America’s working families.