Urban Investment Partners (UIP) redeveloped a ten-story building, purchased from George Washington University for $36 million. The building, used by the university as student housing, was formerly the Howard Johnson hotel that lookouts for the Watergate burglars used during the infamous break-in. The redevelopment was designed by WDG Architecture.
Project type: Rental apartments
No. of units: 250
Types of units: Studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments
Architect: WDG Architecture
Last updated: December 16th, 2018
2601 Virginia Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20037