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Loudoun County’s First Net Zero
Office Building

OPENED July 1, 2022
Please contact us for availability. We have four dedicated cubicles available. The podcast/YouTube studio is nearing completion and will be available for hourly rental soon. We are developing an off-hours tenancy for non-profits that focuses on local social and environmental issues. Contact us for more information.

Our premises

An office building designed for you

Net Zero is an environmentally responsible office building located conveniently in Downtown Leesburg.


Solar Energy

Net Zero uses solar energy to power its facility by absorbing natural sunlight to generate electricity, making it an environmentally friendly space.


Geothermal HVAC

Geothermal heat pumps use the Earth's natural temperature to exchange fluid through underground pipes that transfer energy from underground into the building and vice versa.


For maximum energy efficiency, Net Zero is insulated with an interior envelope of Icynene closed-cell foam and an exterior layer of two-inch Styrofoam.


Electric Charging Station

Net Zero will have an electric car charging station to encourage use of environmentally friendly electric vehicles.

No Long-Term Contract Guaranteed

Month to Month Leases Accepted

From $850 to $950

While all private offices are currently rented, we will maintain a prioritized waiting list; if you'd like to be on the list, give us a call.

From $400

The cubicle space includes a dedicated work table, a lockable cabinet, shared use of the conference room, lounge, roof terrace, podcast studio (when completed), and a dedicated mailbox.

From $100

If you are a young non-profit and would like to network with other non-profits, use the amenities of 338, and have a dedicated mailbox, please call us for more information.

From $50

A work in progress, this studio will allow production of quality podcasts and You Tube videos, etc. Available to tenants and non-tenants alike. Call us for details.

From $250

An excellent co-working option where companies can work together in an open work environment with formidable soundproof walls to ensure company privacy.

What Makes Net Zero Different

338 Net Zero Features

Zero annual electrical consumption

An Electric Car
Charging Station

For tenants and subscribers. When commuting across town, it makes sense to bring an electric car. We’ve got you covered.


Geothermal HVAC

Geothermal is an exciting but largely untapped renewable energy source that leverages the consistency of ground temperature for heating and cooling. Geothermal is a trend among large corporations and universities but remains rare for smaller buildings. 338 Net Zero will cover heating and cooling with three geothermal wells drilled on-site, an initial investment that will bring major cost savings in energy bills down the road. Combined with our highly efficient HVAC system. It is the most energy-efficient system available

Solar Panels

With roughly 600 square feet of solar panels, 338 Net Zero will serve as a model for the community–while saving on energy costs.

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Net Zero is insulated for maximum energy efficiency with an interior envelope of Icynene closed-cell foam and an exterior layer of two-inch Styrofoam. This combination provides an effective barrier to heat transfer, ensuring that the building stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter. In addition, the foam helps to minimize air leakage, further reducing the building's energy consumption.

All LED Electric

Light-Emitting Diodes (or LEDs) are here to stay. They use around half the electricity of outdated incandescent lights (which burn way too much energy-producing heat instead of light). LEDs are incredibly energy-efficient and easy to control both digitally and manually.

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