Atlantic Corporate Park Becomes First LEED Gold Building In Loudoun County

04.10.2009

Atlantic Corporate Park, the 220,000 square-foot office campus in Sterling, Virginia, has earned the Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. It is the first building in Loudoun County to achieve the rating. The $48 million development was designed by DVA Architects, co-developed by H Street Ventures and JF McKinney & Associates, and is being managed by RREEF for DEXUS Property Group. STUDIO39 Landscape Architecture, P.C. contributed to the sustainable strategies that led to the LEED Gold rating with water-efficient landscaping, open areas exceeding the zoning code and site amenity components required for LEED certification.

Site design for Atlantic Corporate Park involved a one-acre landscaped courtyard amenity space between two four-story towers, perimeter landscaping and the development of a comprehensive signage package. Project involvement included conceptual design through construction administration.

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