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1331 G Street, national headquarters office of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, is a 45,401 sq. ft., 10-story office building constructed in 1928 and designed by prominent local architect Appleton P. Clark.
This historic landmark, completely renovated in 2008, boasts state-of-the-art meeting facilities. 1331 G Street is conveniently located within DC’s Penn Quarter, the center of DC’s power scene, and a few short blocks from many national treasures—the White House, the U. S. Capitol Building, and National Archives.
The Conference Center at 1331 G Street is accessible, and within walking distance of every major Metro subway line—green and yellow (Gallery Place) and red, orange and blue (Metro Center). Taxi cabs are plentiful, and several parking garages are located within a 1-block perimeter.
Rates are inclusive of WiFi and audio/visual. We offer a 25% discount to not-for-profits and a 10% discount to government agencies and Federal contractors. For additional information, please contact our Staff Assistant (email@example.com / 202.507.7600).
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American Immigration Lawyers Association
1331 G Street NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
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