The Gallup Building
An award-winning redevelopment project involving the restoration of the Masonic Temple and its integration with a new eight-story, Class-A office building. The ambitious redevelopment project has been celebrated for the synergy between the immaculately restored circa-1869 landmark and the new structure, which are connected by a six-story glass atrium.
Designed by Martinez & Johnson Architecture, the Gallup Building is considered one of the premiere buildings in Washington, DC and serves as the world headquarters of the Gallup Organization. The tenant roster has also included Fannie Mae and Northrop Grumman. Completed in 2003, the building was sold to institutional investors in 2004 at a record-setting price.
Central to the redevelopment of the East End community