The Chicago-based Blue Cross Blue Shield Association has leased nearly 64,000 square feet of office space in Washington, D.C., according to the Commercial Observer.
In 2024, the company will move from 1310 G Street NW to the 343,000-square-foot Victor Building at 750 9th Street in the city's East End neighborhood. It will take the top two floors of the nine-story tower and will have access to approximately 6,000 square feet of outdoor space across two private terraces.
The Victor Building recently underwent a $14 million renovation that includes a new lobby, expanded fitness center and upgraded shared rooftop and penthouse.
"We are excited about a new space that represents our long-term investment in our employees' workplace experience, with a particular focus on 'we space' versus 'me space,'" Jennifer Vachon, executive vice president of business operations for BCBSA, told the Observer.