Rosewood Washington, DC
Client: Castleton Holdings LLC
Market: Residential, Commercial, Hospitality
Size: 60,000 gsf – 48 rooms
Services: Architecture, Sustainability
Photographer: Jessica Marcotte
Award of Merit in Architecture, American Institute of Architects
Award of Merit – Best Renovation/Adaptive Re-use, National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), Maryland/DC Chapter
Best Rehab/Re-use, Best Real Estate Deals of 2013, Washington Business Journal
Award of Merit, American Building College, Metro Washington Chapter
Star Award of Excellence, AIA Northern Virginia
The redevelopment of 1050 31st Street, NW, entailed a conversion of the property from office to hotel use. The project was initially conceived for the Capella Hotel flag and provided an ultra-luxury hotel offering suitable for the top tier of business and leisure travelers, a significantly underserved segment in Washington, DC.
Subsequently, the building was converted to the Rosewood Washington, DC and is currently owned and operated by the flag.
The property includes 48 rooms, premium dining and lounge facilities, as well as a private board room for hotel guests, and is located on arguably the most desirable site in Georgetown, a market filled with historic structures and known for scarce development opportunities.
A complete renovation of the core and shell including new elevators, new mechanical equipment, and totally new finishes on the interior was accomplished on an accelerated schedule in just under 18 months from pencil on paper to occupant-ready opening.