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Atlantech Online, Inc. Lights Anthem Row - 700 & 800 K Street, NW

Atlantech Online, Inc. Lights Anthem Row - 700 & 800 K Street, NW

Atlantech Online Continues to "Light 'em Up"

Atlantech Online announced today that they have lit Anthem Row with fiber. 700 K Street, NW and 800 K Street, NW are the newest buildings to open up on the east end of Washington DC's business district. Tenants can now enjoy high speed Internet bandwidth at very affordable prices. Additionally, Atlantech's Hosted PBX service can utilized by tenants. Now that Microsoft Teams can be used as a softphone on Atlantech's platform, ease of use has increased dramatically while also making for a more aggressive price point. Lastly, tenants can access AWS and Azure as well as other cloud providers using the Atlantech Online Cloud Connect service. 

Anthem Row is already becoming known as the perfect collision of Trophy Office quality, authentic, creative design, and cutting edge amenities that will sweep tenants off their feet. There is an unparalleled view of the DC skyline. The views speak for themselves. Period. Anthem Row (700 K Street) is located in the burgeoning east end of Washington DC’s central business district. It is an extensive renovation of an existing 12 story +/- 455,000 GSF office building that completely reimagines the property. The site is located at the southwest corner of 7th and K Streets NW, directly south of Mount Vernon Square and the historic Carnegie Library. Anthem Row has dramatically transformed the site into a mixed-use project by introducing new double height retail space, drastically enhancing the 8th Street pedestrian plaza and re-skinning the entire structure.

The new 700 K Street is a well-crafted and refined building where people are excited to spend their time. Whether at work or at play, 700 K offers a rewarding and positive experience for all. The design moves beyond the traditional and tired DC language of glass and stone and establishes a new identity through the use of authentic building materials such as brick, glass and metal. The warmth and richness of these materials provide a sophisticated character and recall a turn of the century industrial style with a contemporary and polished twist.

A new, two-story lobby is located along K Street and connects the building to Mount Vernon Square. Large, point supported structural glass walls accentuate the connection to the park and provide an indoor/outdoor experience. The use of authentic and rich materials is continued in the lobby. Wood, concrete and steel capture the senses and lead visitors up a monumental stair to a 3rd floor loft amenity space outfitted with the latest technology. This loft space, in addition to a full fitness center and locker area, look out over the new bustling Anthem Row on 8th street below.

700 K sets the standard for the modern office environment by providing trophy class work space, high end retail opportunities, and creative amenity areas all under one roof.

"Though many are working from home during the global pandemic, Atlantech Online continues to light more buildings with fiber. When workers do return to their office, they'll be happy to learn that their building has been added to our list of Class A properties that has fiber lit by Atlantech Online. We continue to work with property owners and managers to bring the connectivity they need to their Class A office buildings," stated Ed Fineran, President of Atlantech Online.

If your company is a tenant at Anthem Row or is planning on re-locating to either 700 or 800 K Street, please give us a call today for a consultation on your telecom requirements and how Atlantech Online can best meet them.


Tom Collins
Post by Tom Collins
September 3, 2020
Tom is the Director of Enterprise Sales & Marketing for Atlantech Online. He has over 20 years of professional experience in the Internet Service Provider industry and is known for translating technology into positive results for business. A native of Washington, DC, a graduate from University of Maryland (degrees in Government & Politics and Secondary Education), Tom is also a five-time Ironman finisher.