Inside Obama's Post-Presidency Office

The World Wildlife Fund headquarters in Washington, D.C.The Oval Office is a tough act to follow, but sources tell the Washington Post that President Obama has chosen the World Wildlife Fund headquarters at 1250 24th St. NW in the West End of Washington, D.C. for his post-presidency workspace. The 251,707-square-foot building has been given the highest sustainability rating from the U.S. Green Building Council and features solar panels, recycled building materials and one of the largest green roofs in the city. He's looking at a convenient one-mile commute from the Kalorama mansion where he and his family will live when they leave the White House, but he may need a satellite office for his Rancho Mirage, CA home.

The lobby of the WWF headquarters. The patio of the WWF headquarters. A hallway conference room at the WWF headquarters. The green roof of the WWF headquarters. The roof is outfitted with solar panels.