NACo moved into its new offices at 660 North Capitol Street Nov. 1, is co-locating with the National League of Cities
The boxes are packed; the movers on their way. This week the National Association of Counties begins operations in its new home at 660 North Capitol Street. More than our headquarters, the new space will serve as America’s county seat, providing event and work space for county leaders and our allies in the nation’s capital.
On the street level, NACo will also be sharing, and co-branding, a nearly 5,000-square-foot state-of-the-art conference center with the National League of Cities, also a tenant in the building. Together, our two leading local government organizations will occupy three floors of the energy efficient building, certified LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) gold by the U.S. Green Building Council. The unique co-location promises to foster collaboration between the organizations in advancing our mutual priorities.
NACo will occupy nearly 40,000 square feet of the 200,000-square-foot building, located at North Capitol and G Streets, N.W., six blocks north of the U.S. Capitol. Republic Properties Corp. is the developer.
The new location adds value to our federal policy advocacy and our efforts to strengthen counties’ position on the national stage.
NACo belongs to its members. We hope you will consider this dynamic headquarters your home away from home as we work together to build stronger counties and a stronger America.