700, 704, 710, 714, 716, 722, 726, 728, 730, 732, 734 7th Street NW; 702 H Street NW; 707 G Street
Washington, DC 20001
Size & Use
145,027 Square Feet
Historic, Office, Retail
This project is an assemblage of historic row buildings along 7th Street between H & G Streets and opposite from the Capital One Center. Originally built in the mid to late 1800’s, Douglas Development acquired and later configured all of the buildings into four separate office/retail projects. This signature project has been a catalyst for the redevelopment of the Chinatown area as a retail and entertainment destination. In 2004, the project was awarded the Merit Award under the Architecture Historic Resources category by the Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Office tenants are largely comprised of governmental agencies and associations. Retail tenants are mostly restaurants.
- 145,027 rental square feet (44,860 sf retail; 100,167 sf office)
- Built in mid-to-late 1800s; Acquired 1995 to 2000; Redeveloped 2000
- Four-story assemblage of buildings developed to form class B office space with street level retail
- Metro Access: Adjacent to Gallery Place/Chinatown (Red, Green, Yellow Lines)
- Chop’t Creative Salad Company
- Eagle Bank
- Capitol One Cafe
- Jackpot Tavern
- La Tasca Spanish Tapas Restaurant & Bar
- Legal Sea Foods Restaurant
- T Mobile
- Rocket Bar
Major Office Tenants:
- Douglas Development Corporation
Douglas Development Address 700, 704, 710, 714, 716, 722, 726, 728, 730, 732, 734 7th Street NW; 702 H Street NW; 707 G Street Washington, DC 20001 Size & Use 145,027 Square Feet
Basement Bar Jackpot Now Open in Chinatown
A low-key place to drink in the heart of Chinatown? Yes, really. Jackpot, the latest bar from Iron Horse Taproom and Rocket Bar co-owners Curt Large and Geoff Dawson, quietly opened in the basement space below Lime Fresh last week.
Unlike Iron Horse and Rocket Bar, Jackpot has no games. But you will find 24 beers on tap, a handful of classic cocktails, and a sizable whiskey collection. Two cask beers and four wines on draft are coming soon. The bar serves no food, although patrons are welcome to bring in food from elsewhere, and eventually snacks like chips or popcorn will be available.
As you walk down to the basement, you’ll see a bunch of old furniture, signs, and knickknacks nailed to the walls—like you’re entering your uncle’s basement. The bar itself is pretty bare bones, with concrete walls and floors, a few flatscreen TVs, and a long bar that runs the length of the room. The back corner will be used as a stage for live music on weekends.
Check out the full drink menus below.
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