ACC, Georgetown University Begin Residence Hall Renovation, Expansion

by Katie Sloan

Washington, D.C. — A public-private partnership between American Campus Communities and Georgetown University has broken ground on the redevelopment of Henle Village, an existing residence hall on the university’s campus in Washington, D.C. Following renovations, the community will offer an additional 278 beds, bringing the property’s bed count to 740. The residence hall will offer apartment-style units with kitchens and in-unit bathrooms. The project, which is expected for completion in summer 2025, is targeting LEED Platinum certification. “The transformative redevelopment of this centrally located residential community underscores Georgetown’s commitment to sustainability while meeting the demands of our 20-year campus plan reflecting the university’s academic and housing goals,” says Dave Green, senior vice president and chief operating officer with Georgetown University. “The new and improved Henle Village will be a dynamic on-campus hub for Georgetown University students to study and build community together.” The development team for the project includes RAMSA Robert A.M. Stern Architects and John Moriarty & Associates. 

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