Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Torti Gallas Team performed the official Ribbon Cutting at the firm’s new offices in the historic Grimke School at 1923 Vermont Avenue, NW. After 70 years in Maryland, Torti Gallas + Partners has relocated their corporate headquarters to the District of Columbia, bringing 100 daytime jobs and revenue to the District. Torti Gallas + Partners and their CBE Partner, Torti Gallas Urban, are now co-located in this one building.

“The re-imagined Grimke School is another example of how we can work together –across the public and private sectors – to move important projects forward after years of planning and strategizing to deliver housing and jobs while preserving our history and culture,” said Mayor Bowser. “As employers like Torti Gallas continue to reimagine the future of work, we know that workers will still want to be in places where they have access to public transportation, where they can walk to great amenities, and where they have access to the cultural experiences that attract people to cities like DC. This project has it all.”

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