Meridiam Moved its National HQ to Downtown DC

Keep an eye out for moving trucks, downtown folks: A new corporate resident has brought its headquarters to DC.

Meridiam Infrastructure North America, a global infrastructure manager, has relocated its Americas headquarters from New York City to downtown DC. The company is a subsidiary of Meridiam, based in Paris, France, and brought this HQ to DC through the district’s Vitality Fund. According to a press release, the new 20,000-square-foot space is located at 1700 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, and Meridiam expects to bring 60 new jobs to the area.

Meridiam develops, finances and manages large-scale infrastructure projects like the Purple Line and parts of I-66. Meridiam is the third awardee of DC’s $10 million Vitality Fund, an incentive program for companies with plans to relocate, expand or maintain a location in DC.