A fire broke out at the Watergate complex in Northwest Washington on Wednesday, authorities said.

At about 1:40 p.m., D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Services tweeted that firefighters were responding to a fire in the 700 block of New Hampshire Avenue NW, which is a residential tower in the five-building complex, which includes office buildings and a hotel.

The fire was on the 13th floor, the tweet said, and smoke had spread throughout several floors.

No injuries were reported, officials said, and no information about the cause of the fire was immediately available.

Employees of the Atlantic, a publication that has an office at the Watergate, shared images of the fire on social media.