A high-quality project demands a high-quality team. The partnership between Gould Property Company and Oxford Properties Group has established a premier design and development team dedicated to delivering a high-performance, sustainable workspace to DC's transforming East End.

World-Class Partnership

The Gould Property Company and Oxford Properties Group partnership is the joint owner and developer, as well as the long-term property manager, of both 600 Mass Avenue and 900 New York Avenue. The primary goal of the partnership is to fully utilize the long-standing financial independence, internally generated funds, and the wealth of knowledge and experience upon which both partners have built their success. The Gould-Oxford partnership combines local expertise and global experience into a world-class development and property management enterprise.

Combining excellence and stability into noteworthy track records, the Gould-Oxford alignment has grown into an unmatched professional team committed to the highest quality long-term development and management of these prestigious properties. Both 600 Mass Avenue and 900 New York Avenue represent world-class buildings consistent with The Gould-Oxford development and management platform. Together, the Gould Property Company and Oxford Properties Group have seamlessly integrated their various capacities to form a stable, consistent partnership for long-term success.

Gould Property Company

Washington DC Expertise

Since 1952, Gould Property Company has quietly built a diverse real estate portfolio, as well as one of Washington, DC’s largest parking companies. Family owned and operated since inception, the firm’s success is founded on a traditional, detailed approach to first-class development, management and investment. Gould’s longstanding relationships are paramount to the successes they have achieved. For more than half a century, Gould Property has delivered value to its tenants, residents, partners and the communities that it serves.

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Oxford Properties Group

On the International Stage

Built on over 50 years of experience as an owner, developer, and manager of commercial real estate, Oxford has been the most active developer in North America for the past five years. Oxford’s dedicated internal development and construction team leads and coordinates all aspects of real estate development including financial feasibility, selection of consultants, design, planning approvals, budgeting and construction. Oxford calls upon its strong relationships with first class architectural firms and general contractors to assemble teams tailored to the particular needs of each project.

Oxford’s experience in the design and construction of high profile, large urban projects is demonstrated through the completion of Watermark Place in the City of London, Centennial Place in downtown Calgary, and Constitution Square in the business district of Ottawa. Oxford’s current developments are located in the heart of the financial or business district of major cities such as New York, London, Washington DC, Vancouver, Toronto, and Calgary.

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CORE architecture + design

Design Excellence

Founded in 1991, CORE is a multi-disciplinary design firm based in Washington, DC. CORE is an excellent partner and was the obvious choice for the design of 600 Massachusetts Avenue. Under the leadership of principals Dale Stewart and Guy Martin, CORE uses its team’s design strength, knowledge of local regulatory procedures, and collaborative approach to create design solutions that are rooted in sound business practices.

CORE’s list of locally well-known projects include the corporate headquarters and broadcast facilities of XM Sirius Satellite Radio at Eckington Place, the mixed-use development Market Square North in downtown DC, and the renovation of the Atlas Performing Arts Center.

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Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN)

Award Winning Landscape Architecture

Gustafson Guthrie Nichol (GGN) is a landscape architecture practice based in Seattle, Washington. The 2011 recipient of the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt's National Design Award, GGN was founded in 1999 by partners Jennifer Guthrie, Shannon Nichol, and Kathryn Gustafson.

GGN's work is highly varied in scale and type -- from furniture, like the Maggie Bench, to campuses and master plans, such as the Bill And Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Mall's Union Square project. GGN offers special experience in designing high-use landscapes in complex, urban contexts. Boston's North End Parks, over the I-93 freeway, and Millennium Park's Lurie Garden, on a 5-story parking structure, are examples of GGN's designs for accessible, healthy, and sculptural urban spaces on rooftops and other urban structures.

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