Turner Place exterior is banked by huge windows that let in plenty of natural light.
The Turner Place dining concepts occupy two of the building's three floors.
Origami sushi and steakhouse exterior
Origami has four 10-seat teppanyaki flat surface grills where customers can watch chefs prepare their dishes.
Origami incorporates a sushi bar on one side and a steakhouse on the other.
The teppanyaki grill tables each accommodate 10 diners at a time and reservations are highly recommended...
The entrance to the Atomic Pizzaria.
Atomic Pizzaria has a distinctive futuristic "industrial" look.
Each of the Turner restaurants has its own "vibe."
Turner's Jamba Juice unit is the first in the state of Virginia.
The Turner Place Qdoba unit is modeled on the one in New York's Times Square and is the chain's second-busiest, with some $1,500 an hour in sales.
Soup Garden offers soups and salads made to order.
A natural-light-drenched stairway connects the two levels of Turner Place restaurants.
The 1872 Fire Grill station has a side that has a real wood burning charbroiler where meats are grilled to order.
An extensive grab-and-go section includes packaged drinks, foods from the various restaurants and a Coke Freestyle machine.