Renovations

Gelman Library Facade

Information on current and previously completed renovations on GW's campus, including:

Current

  • 2000 Penn PUD Mofication

    • The George Washington University completed negotiations for the property at 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue in spring 2018 and entered into a long-term ground lease with Westbrook Partners, a real estate investment management company, and MRP Realty, a D.C.-based real estate company for the approximately 400,000-square-foot building so it will continue to be operated as a commercial mixed-use building with office and retail tenants under existing leases. This PUD modification is requested to modernize and upgrade portions the building’s façade, modernize and upgrade the building’s entrances, reconfigure interior space, and reconfigure the loading dock.  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.

Previously Completed

  • Ross Hall Renovations

    • This page details work from 2012-2015 on two major renovations at Ross Hall: creation of a new Research Center for Neglected Diseases of Poverty on floors 5 and 6 of Ross Hall and upgrades to the central utility plant in the basement levels, to support the new research center, strengthen the infrastructure within Ross Hall and to serve the future Science and Engineering Hall.

Spotlight

Ross Hall

Work began in May 2012 on two major renovations at Ross Hall: creation of a new Research Center for Neglected Diseases of Poverty on floors 5 and 6 of Ross Hall and upgrades to the central utility plant in the basement levels, to support the new research center, strengthen the infrastructure within Ross Hall and to serve the future Science and Engineering Hall.