Since 1793, when George Washington dedicated its cornerstone, the world has looked toward our Capitol and its leaders. Here, imposing government structures are set amid weathered bronze statues and manicured lawns. Everyday decisions shape the future and its land marks. Now, another monument - the closest commercial office building to the U.S. Capitol - stands shoulder-to-shoulder with history as a powerful display of trophy-class design and construction. It offers unobstructed views of the Capitol and the National Mall. Unparalleled access to leaders. And an address of distinction recognized worldwide. 101 Constitution Avenue.Substantial doors swing open at a touch to reveal an impressive two-story lobby with brushed stainless steel detailing. Take a few steps, and enter a three-story atrium of fine hand-rubbed woods, subtly grained marble, and natural granite. Its meticulous rooftop terrace frames a panoramic Washington vista; below ground, four floors are reserved for secure parking. Two separate elevator cores offer efficient access to this premier office space, and to the powerful who work there.