Information on current and previously completed renovations on GW's campus, including:
Visit the dedicated page for full details on this complete transformation to provide a reimagined place for approximatey 825 students to live, learn, and socialize (as well as faculty-in-residence and residential life staff) by no later than fall 2022, and potentially as early as 2021.
While design/construction of the GW Hillel building at 2300 H Street is not a university project and is being managed by GW Hillel and its third-party project manager (Prospera-U.S.), the university was briefed during the design process and provided feedback since it will lease the top two floors in the new building for academic/administrative purposes. Even though this is not a GW project, we are providing updates at this dedicated page that are shared by GW Hillel's construction team as a courtesy to the GW and Foggy Bottom communities. After reading the updates, if you have any further comments or concerns regarding this project please contact Prospera US, 410-591-6309 or [email protected].
In May 2018, the George Washington University entered into a ground lease with a ground lessee for 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue. The ground lessee entity is comprised of Westbrook Partners, a real estate investment company and MRP Realty, a DC-based real estate company, which will be the owners and operators of the building subject to the ground lease. While the approximately 400,000-square-foot building will continue to be operated as a commercial mixed-use building, the new ownership is pursuing a PUD modification to upgrade portions the building’s façade, modernize and upgrade the building’s entrances, add a new building entrance from 21st Street, reconfigure interior space including the retail galleria, and reconfigure the loading dock. (NOTE: Although not technically a GW submission, this zoning filing is being shared here since it relates to a GW owned property in the Foggy Bottom/West End neighborhood).