Upperclass Residence Halls

Due to the ongoing renovation of Thurston Hall on the Foggy Bottom Campus, which will return to GW's on-campus housing inventory Fall 2022, Campus Living and Residential Education (CLRE) has identified the following residence halls as designated upperclass halls for the 2021-2022 Academic Year:

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Staff:

  • 1959 E Street is managed by one full-time professional Community Coordinator

Address: 

  • 1959 E St. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students

Room Types Available:

  • Two Bedroom 4-Person: 72% 
  • Three Bedroom (Two Double Bedrooms and One Single Bedroom), 5-Person Units: 23%
  • Single Units with Kitchen: 5%

Building Snapshot

  • Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 2002
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Nine Residential plus Ground Floor, Basement, and Recreation Rooftop

Building Features

  • Roof top deck
  • Washer/Dryer in each apartment
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Private bathroom in each apartment

Technology

  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Bike storage
  • Single stream recycling
  • Student-run weekly composting program
  • Low flow water fixtures
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting in hallways
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Solar thermal hot water system
  • Green Roof Project

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Staff:

  • 2109 F Street is managed by one full-time professional Community Coordinator

Address: 

  • 2109 F St. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students

Room Types Available:

  • Studio, 2-Person Units: 100%

Building Snapshot

  • Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 1950, renovated in 2016
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Four Residential plus Basement

Building Features

  • Kitchen facilities in each room
  • Private bathroom in each room
  • Laundry facilities in the hall

Technology

  • Wireless Internet

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Staff:

  • The Aston is managed by one full-time professional Community Coordinator

Address: 

  • 1129 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 3rd and 4th year students

Room Types Available:

  • Studio, 2-Person: 100%

Building Snapshot:

  • Studio apartment 
  • Year Built: 1960
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: 10 Residential plus 1 Basement

Building Features:

  • Kitchen facilities in each room
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall

Location:

  • Located near New Hampshire Avenue and near Dupont Circle

Technology:

  • Wireless Internet

 

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Staff:

  • The Dakota is managed by one full-time professional Community Coordinator

Address: 

  • 2100 F St. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students

Room Types Available: 

  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person: 44%
  • Two Bedroom (One Single Bedrooms and One Double Bedroom), 3-Person Units: 17%
  • One Bedroom, 2-Person: 30%
  • Single with Kitchen: 9%

Building Snapshot: 

  • Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 1989
  • Most recent renovation: 2014
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: 10 Residential plus Basement

Building Features:

  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Private bathroom in each apartment
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Technology:

  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features:

  • Single stream recycling
  • Low flow water fixtures
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Solar thermal hot water system
  • Bike storage

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Staff:

  • District House is managed by two full-time professional Community Coordinators

Address: 

  • 2121 H St. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students
  • Affinity Housing

Room Types Available:

  • Studio, 2-Person: 49%
  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person: 22%
  • 2-Person Unit with Adjoined Bathroom in Affinity Unit: 29%

Building Snapshot:

  • Year Built: 2016
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: 12 Residential Floors, two basement levels of student meeting & retail space

Building Features:

  • Apartment style
  • Lounge
  • Dining facilities/restaurants
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment/affinity unit
  • Private bathroom in each unit
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Technology:

  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features:

  • Green roof project
  • Refillable water bottle station
  • Bike storage
  • E-Cycling drop off tower
  • Single stream recycling
  • 50% solar energy power
  • LEED Gold Certification

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Staff:

  • International House is managed by one full-time professional Community Coordinator

Address: 

  • 2201 Virginia Ave. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students

Room Types Available: 

  • Studio, 2-Person: 53%
  • Studio, 2-Person Units with Balcony: 35%
  • Single Units with Private Bathroom & MicroFridge: 6%
  • Single Units with Kitchen: 6%

Building Snapshot:

  • Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 1966
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: 9

Building Features:

  • Community room in the basement
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Private Bathrooms in each apartment
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Technology:

  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features:

  • Single stream recycling
  • Low flow water fixture
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Bike storage

 

Guthridge 2-Person Room Tour

Guthridge One Bedroom 2-Person Room Tour

Guthridge Single with kitchen Room Tour

Note: During academic year 2021-2022 we are reducing the density of beds in rooms so that students will share a bedroom with, at most, one other student so that we can continue to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The 'One Bedroom, 2-Person' tour above was filmed pre-pandemic and may show more beds in the room than the two beds that will be in a bedroom

Building Address
2115 F Street NW 
Washington, DC 20052

Building Staff

  • Guthridge Hall is managed by one full-time professional Community Coordinator

Building Snapshot

  • Year Built: 1926, renovated in 2011
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight (8) Residential Floors and Basement
  • Room Types:
    • One Bedroom, 2-Person units: 49% 
    • Studio 2-person units: 37% 
    • Single Units with Kitchen: 14%

Building Features

  • One (1) lounges located in the basement of the building
  • Common laundry facilities in the basement of the building 
  • Mailboxes are located in the lobby of the building. Each room will be issued a mailbox key. 
  • Indoor bike room located in the basement of the building 

Room Features

  • All rooms come furnished with a Twin XL bed, Twin XL bed frame, desk, desk chair, and 2 dressers for each resident. 
  • Most rooms have a private kitchen furnished with a full-sized refrigerator, stove, and oven. Rooms in Tier 10 and Tier 7 do not have an oven.
  • Each room has a private bathroom that is shared between residents living in the room. 
  • The room temperature can be controlled via the digital thermometer in the room. Please do not block the vents with any furniture items.

Technology

  • Wireless Internet is available throughout the building. 
  • XFinity On Campus (XOC) is provided to all students on campus, and can be accessed from your computer, smart phone, tablet, and Roku media player. 

Sustainability Features

  • Single stream recycling
  • 50% solar energy power

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Staff:

  • Shenkman Hall is managed by two full-time professional Community Coordinators

Address: 

  • 616 23rd St. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students

Room Types Available:

  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person: 90%
  • One Bedroom, 2-Person: 10% 

Building Snapshot:

  • Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 2004
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: 10 Residential Floors, two Basement levels of parking

Building Features:

  • TV lounge
  • Dining facilities/restaurants
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Private bathroom in each room

Technology:

  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features:

  • Single stream recycling
  • Community Recycling bins for household and clothing items
  • E-Cycling drop off tower
  • Low flow water fixtures
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Solar thermal hot water system
  • Bike storage

This hotel on Washington Circle is being used for undergraduate housing during the 2021-2022 Academic Year and the renovation of Thurston Hall. Units are 1 or 2-person studios for third and fourth year students only. Furnished with traditional residence hall furniture including twin beds, dressers, desks. 

Staff:

  • One Washington Circle is managed by a full-time professional Community Coordinator

Address: 

  • 1 Washington Circle NW, Washington, DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 3rd and 4th year students

Room Type Availability:

  • Studio, 2-person with kitchen: 57%
  • Studio, 2-person without kitchen: 11% 
  • One Bedroom, 2-person with kitchen: 30%
  • Single unit with kitchen: 2%

Building Snapshot:

  • Style: Studio and one-bedroom units, most with kitchens 
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: 9 residential floors 

Building Features:

  • Front Desk: 24/7 front desk, not on the GWorld system
  • Laundry: One bag of wash and fold per week, no laundry in the building, residents are also welcome to use the District House laundry room starting August 16th
  • Restaurant and bar in hotel, 100% ID check
  • Located on Washington Circle between Foggy Bottom and the West End neighborhoods

Technology

  • Wireless Internet: One Washington Circle Network, not GWireless 

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Staff:

  • Amsterdam Hall is managed by two full-time professional Community Coordinators

Address: 

  • 2350 H St. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students

Room Types Available:

  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person: 95%
  • One Bedroom, 2-Person: 5% 

Building Snapshot:

  • Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 1997
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Nine Residential plus two levels of parking

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • Study Lounge
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Private bathroom in each apartment

Technology

  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Single stream recycling
  • Low flow water fixtures
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting in hallways
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Bike storage

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Staff:

  • South Hall is managed by two full-time professional Community Coordinators

Address: 

  • 2135 F St. NW, Washington DC 20052

Residents: 

  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students

Room Types Available: 

South Hall primarily consists of 4 or 5-person units. There is also one three bedroom, 3-person unit and one two bedroom, 2-person unit.

  • Four Bedroom, 4-Person: 74%
  • Five Bedroom, 5-Person: 17%
  • Three Bedroom (Two Single Bedrooms and One Double Bedroom), 4-Person Units: 8%

Building Snapshot:

  • Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 2009
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Nine Residential plus two levels of parking

Building Features

  • Kitchen facilities in each room
  • Washer and dryer in each room
  • Two private bathrooms in 4 & 5-person units
  • Community room on first floor
  • Study lounge on first floor

Technology

  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Bike storage
  • Single stream recycling
  • Community Recycling bins for household and clothing items
  • Low flow water fixtures
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting in hallways
  • 50% solar energy power
  • LEED Gold Certification