Upperclass Residence Halls

Below are the upperclass housing options for the 2016-2017 & 2017-2018 Academic Years. The majority of upperclass students reside on the Foggy Bottom Campus, but students do have the option of living in either Merriweather Hall or West Hall on the Mount Vernon Campus if they wish to.

2109 F Street (Women Only)

2109 F Street

2109 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

2109 F Street offers apartment-style living for upperclass female students in doubles. A former apartment building, 2109 F Street is conveniently located in the middle of campus, near other residence halls like the Dakota and Guthridge Hall and is the home to second- and third-year women.

All apartments include a kitchen, private bathroom, dining table, desks,  bunk beds, oven, refrigerator, and an air conditioning unit. Laundry facilities are located in the basement. Catch a GW Colonials basketball game down the street in the Smith Center. 

As part of the seven year renovation cycle, 2109 F Street was updated during the 2016 summer. All apartments received modernized kitchens and bathrooms, all flooring was replaced, the interior was painted, and rooms received new doors and GWorld tap readers. Additionally, the fire life safety was updated, including a new sprinkler system.

Building Snapshot

  • Style: Apartment Style
  • Year Built: 1950
  • Gender: Female
  • Number of Floors: Four Residential plus Basement

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Room Size

  • Studio, 2-Person Units (100% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Single stream recycling
  • Recent renovation including energy efficient LED lighting and low flow water fixtures
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Bike storage

The Dakota

The Dakota

2100 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

The Dakota is a modern yet classic apartment building with approximately 200 beds for second- and third-year students. The building has 3-person, 4-person, and a few single occupancy units. The Dakota was most recently renovated in 2014 with updates to the bathrooms, kitchens, flooring, and hallways of the building, as well as receiving new furniture.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

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

Building Features

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

Room Size

  • Single Units with Kitchen (6% of rooms)
  • Single Bedroom, 3-Person Units (these units have two bedrooms, one is a single and one is a double) (5% of rooms)
  • Double Bedroom, 3-Person Units (these units have two bedrooms, one is a single and one is a double) (9% of rooms)
  • One Bedroom, 3-Person Units (26% of rooms)
  • One Bedroom, Den, 3-Person Units (14% of rooms)
  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person Units (34% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

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

District House

District House

2121 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
 

District House, which opened for the 2016 Fall semester, is located between 21st, 22nd, H and I Streets, N.W.. It is conveniently located near the Marvin Center and Gelman Library. It is home to 850 upperclass student, residing in 2-person or 4-person units or Affinity Housing units. District House is home to numerous student meeting and study areas, a dance studio, and multiple dining areas.

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 (opening later this year)
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment/affinity unit
  • Private bathroom in each unit
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Room Size

  • Studio, 2-Person Units (48% of rooms)
  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person Units (22% of rooms)
  • 2-Person Unit with Adjoined Bathroom in Affinity Unit (29% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • 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

Fulbright Hall

Fulbright Hall

2223 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Fulbright Hall is home to approximately 250 second- and third-year students in triple bedroom, 3-person units. This eight story building houses approximately 30 residents per floor on all but the first floor.

Fulbright is a former apartment building now being used as a residence hall. Each apartment has a kitchen and a private bathroom and offers traditional residence hall furnishings: beds, dressers, desks, and chairs. The kitchens in Fulbright Hall apartments were updated in 2013.

Fulbright is also conveniently located one block from Gelman Library, the Academic Center, Smith Center athletic facilities, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the Lerner Health and Wellness Center.

This building will be closed for renovations during the 2017 summer which includes updates to the bathrooms and HVAC system, new windows, and new furniture.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

  • Year Built: 1947n
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight Residential and Basement

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • Study Lounge
  • TV lounge
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Private bathroom in each apartment
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Room Size

  • One Bedroom, 3-Person Units (100% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

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

FSK Hall

Francis Scott Key (FSK) Hall

600 20th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Francis Scott Key (FSK) Hall houses approximately 160 second- and third-year students in single, 2-person, and 4-person units. 

All apartments include a full kitchen, private bathroom, beds, desks, dressers, individual phone and high-speed Internet per occupant, cable television, and air conditioning

FSK Hall will be closed for renovations during the 2017 summer, during which time it will receive new flooring, upgrades to the bathrooms, and new furniture.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

  • Year Built: 1940
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight Residential plus Basement

Building Features

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

Room Size

  • Single Units with Kitchen (7% of rooms)
  • Studio, 2-Person Units (74% of rooms)
  • One Bedroom, 4-Person Units (19% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

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

Guthridge Hall

Guthridge Hall

2115 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Guthridge Hall is home to approximately 250 second- and third-year students in singles, 2-person, and 4-person units. 

Located near the Smith Center athletic facilities, Guthridge is an eight-story building. Across the street from Anniversary Park and the Foggy Bottom Grocery, Guthridge residents can put together an impromptu picnic or study session on a beautiful fall or spring day. Each fully furnished apartment has a private bathroom and kitchen.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

  • Year Built: 1926
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight Residential plus Basement

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • TV lounge
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Private bathroom in each apartment

Room Size

  • Single Units with Kitchen (12% of rooms)
  • Studio, 2-Person Units (19% of rooms)
  • One Bedroom, 4-Person Units (69% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Single stream recycling
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Bike storage

International House

International House

International House, located at 2201 Virginia Avenue, has a maximum occupancy of 176 second- and third-year students in one- and two-person units. 

Each of the nine floors houses residents, with every apartment having its own private bathroom. Each room comes equipped with a dining table, bed, desk, and desk chair, and 24 of the apartments have balconies overlooking 23rd street down to the Watergate. International House was most recently renovated in 2014 with updates to the kitchens and bathroom vanities. In 2015 International House received new furniture.

International House is just steps away from a CVS pharmacy, the State Department, World Health Organization, and even the Lincoln Memorial.

Building Snapshot

  • Style: 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

Location

  • Located near 22nd Street & Vifginia Avenue

Room Size

  • Single Units with Kitchen (5% of rooms)
  • Single Units with Private Bathroom & MicroFridge (6% of rooms)
  • Studio, 2-Person Units (54% of rooms)
  • Studio, 2-Person Units with Balcony (35% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

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

 

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis (JBKO) Hall

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis (JBKO) Hall

2222 I (Eye) Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

JBKO Hall is home to approximately 265 second- and third-year students in single, 2-person, and 4-person units. During the 2016 summer, JBKO will received new flooring in all rooms and the interior was painted.

Named for GW alumna Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, JBKO Hall has a convenient, central location across the street from the Foggy Bottom/GWU Metro station and the GW Hospital. JBKO is very close to the K Street corridor, offering many business opportunities to GW students. It’s also down the block from Whole Foods grocery and has restaurants across the street.  With Munson and Fulbright located on the same block and the Health and Wellness Center and Funger Hall only a few minutes away, the location is only one of the many qualities that make JBKO a great place to live.

During the 2017 summer, JBKO will receive new windows, doors, and furniture.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

  • Year Built: 1945
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight Residential plus Basement

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • Kitchen facilities in each apartment
  • Private bathroom in each apartment
  • Regular twin mattresses (76") in all rooms; Twin XL (80") mattresses are not available for JBKO

Location

  • Located near 23rd Street & I (Eye) Street

Room Size

  • Single Units with Kitchen (1% of rooms)
  • Studio, 2-Person Units (80% of rooms)
  • One Bedroom, 4-Person Units (19% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

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

Lafayette Hall

Lafayette Hall

2100 Eye Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

For the 2016-2017 Academic Year, Lafayette Hall accommodates 126 second- and third-year students in the comfort of two-person units (with adjoining bathrooms). Renovated and reopened Fall 2011, Lafayette is one of GW's LEED residence halls. In 2017-2018, Lafayette Hall will be home to first-, second-, and third-year students.

Lafayette is located adjacent to the Marvin Center and across the street from the Shops at 2000 Penn, which features restaurants and retail stores. This building is just two blocks away from most classroom facilities and is a short walk from Pennsylvania Avenue.

Private bathroom facilities are provided in all rooms. Approximately 3% of the freshmen class will live in Lafayette.

Video of Lafayette 2-Person Unit

Building Snapshot:

  • Style: Suite Style
  • Year Built: 1926; Renovated 2011
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight Residential plus Basement

Room Features

  • Community Kitchen
  • Laundry facilities in the building
  • Private bathroom shared by 2 double bedrooms
  • MicroFridge in each room
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Room Size

  • 2-Person Units with Adjoined Bathroom (47% of rooms)
  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person Units with Shared Bathroom (47% of rooms)
  • Single Units with Private Bathroom  (4% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

Mark Shenkman Hall

Mark Shenkman Hall

616 23rd Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Mark Shenkman Hall is conveniently situated on GW's Foggy Bottom campus and is home to 730 upperclass students in the comfort of one- or two-bedroom apartments, accommodating two to four people each. Mark Shenkman Hall is located across the street from the Lerner Health and Wellness Center, and its apartments include a living room, full kitchen, dining area and private bathrooms. 

Mark Shenkman Hall is also home to a variety of dining options including Dunkin Donuts, Gallery, and Potbelly's.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

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

Building Features

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

Room Size

  • One Bedroom, 2-Person Units (8% of rooms)
  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person Units (92%  of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • 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

Merriweather Hall

Merriweather Hall (Mount Vernon Campus)

2100 Foxhall Road, NW
Washington, DC 20007

Merriweather Hall, an all-female first-year and upperclass student living option on Mount Vernon campus, has a maximum occupancy of 43 students in mainly double bedrooms with adjoined bathrooms.

Fully furnished, each Merriweather room offers students desks, desk chairs, dressers, and twin beds. Merriweather features laundry facilities and a television lounge in the basement of the building. A community kitchen allows students to cook in the residence halls and share their favorite recipes from home. On a nice day, students enjoy catching a lacrosse or soccer game on one of Mount Vernon's many athletic fields.

During the 2017 summer, Merriweather Hall will receive update life safety equipment, including the installation of a sprinkler system in addition to all new furniture.

About 2% of freshmen women will reside in Merriweather Hall.

Video of Merriweather Hall 2-Person Unit

Building Snapshot:

  • Style: Suite Style
  • Year Built: 1960
  • Gender: Female
  • Number of Floors: Three Residential

Building Features

  • TV lounge
  • Kitchen facilities in the residence hall
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • MicroFridge in each room
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Room Size

  • Single Unit w/Private Bathroom (2% of rooms)
  • Single Unit w/Adjoined Bathroom (2% of rooms)
  • 2-Person Unit w/Adjoined Bathroom (86% of rooms)
  • 2-Person Unit with Private Bathroom (9% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

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

Mitchell Hall

Mitchell Hall

514 19th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Mitchell Hall is home to approximately 350 first-year and upperclass in single rooms. Located on the southeast corner of campus, Mitchell is next to Thurston Hall, 1959 E Street, and is only three blocks from the White House. Mitchell Hall was most recently renovated in 2015, with updates to the plumbing, new vanities, and new furniture in all rooms. In rooms with private bathrooms, the bathrooms were updated as well. In the 2016 summer, many units received new fan coil units to improve the air conditioning in the rooms.

All rooms have vanities, microwaves and fridges, and medicine cabinets. Two large bathroom facilities are located on each floor; and all floors but the first floor have kitchen facilities. 

Mitchell's first floor provides upperclass students with single rooms with private bathrooms, microwaves, and refrigerators. 

Approximately 10% of the freshmen class will live in Mitchell Hall.

Building Snapshot:

  • Year Built: 1929
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight Residential plus Basement

Building Features

  • Bike rack/room
  • TV lounge
  • Dance studio/Rehearsal Space in Basement
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • Kitchen facilities on floors 2-8
  • MicroFridge in each room
  • Twin XL (80") mattresses in all rooms

Room Size

  • Single Units w/Private Bath (5% of rooms; typically reserved for upperclass students)
  • Single Units w/Common Bath (87% of rooms)
  • Single Bedroom, 2-Person Units (8% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each room
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Single stream recycling
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Bike storage

Munson Hall

Munson Hall

2212 I (Eye) Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Munson is home to approximately 155 second- and third-year students in 2-person and 4-person units. Munson was most recently renovated in 2011 with upgrades to the bathrooms, kitchens, flooring, and hallway carpeting. In the summer of 2016, the front entrance of Munson was renovated.

Munson is located next to the Science and Engineering Hall, down the street from the Foggy Bottom/GWU Metro station, and across from Whole Foods grocery. It is also in close proximity to Gelman Library, the Academic Center, the Marvin Center, and the Health and Wellness Center.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

  • Year Built: 1945
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Eight Residential plus Basement

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • Kitchen facilities in each room
  • Private bathroom in each room

Room Size

  • Studio, 2-Person Units (61% of rooms)
  • One Bedroom, 4-Person Units (39% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Bike storage
  • Single stream recycling
  • Low flow water fixtures
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Refillable water bottle station

Philip Amsterdam Hall

Philip Amsterdam Hall

2350 H Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

Philip Amsterdam Hall upperclass residents enjoy apartment-style living in the comfort of spacious one- or two-bedroom and one- or two-bathroom suites, which accommodate two to four people each. Philip Amsterdam Hall is the home of the Global Connections Residential Community.

Residents of Philip Amsterdam Hall also enjoy a living room, and a fully equipped kitchen and dining area perfect for cooking up delicious meals for your roommates and friends. Philip Amsterdam Hall was most recently renovated in 2012 with updates to the flooring, grout, and some of the kitchen countertops and cabinets.

Beginning summer of 2017, GW Hillel's Gewirz Center, located at 714 21st Street, NW is planning to undergo renovations. Students living in Philip Amsterdam Hall may notice construction noise Monday- Saturday between 7am-7pm due to the renovations in the building.

Building Snapshot Style: 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

Room Size

  • One Bedroom, 2-Person Units (2% of rooms)
  • Two Bedroom, 4-Person Units (98% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

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

South Hall

South Hall

2135 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052

In Fall 2009, South Hall became GW's first LEED residence hall, housing over 450 fourth-year students in single and double bedrooms in four and five person units.

Spacious and modern, each suite has a washer and dryer in the unit, a common living room, dining area, an eat-in kitchen, and 2 private bathrooms. Each kitchen is furnished with a dishwasher, microwave, and refrigerator. South Hall is located near the Smith Center athletic facilities, and is across the street from Anniversary Park and the Foggy Bottom Grocery.

Building Snapshot Style: Apartment Style

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

Building Features

  • Apartment Style
  • 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

Room Size

  • Four Bedroom, 4-Person Units (78% of rooms)
  • Double Bedroom, 4-Person Units (4% of rooms)
  • Five Bedroom, 5-Person Units (17% of rooms)
  • Rooms in South Hall consist of 4- or 5-Person Units with either 4 or 5 single bedrooms or 1 double and 2 single bedrooms

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • 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 | Take a self-guided tour!

West Hall - Mount Vernon Campus

West Hall (Mount Vernon Campus)

2100 Foxhall Road, NW
Washington, DC 20007

West Hall opened in the Fall of 2010 as George Washington University’s first LEED residence hall and campus life center on the Mount Vernon campus. West Hall houses 287 first-year and upperclass students, in single and double bedrooms in 4-person units.

Living at West Hall provides students access to an in-house fitness center, state of the art recording studios, individual rehearsal space, as well as laundry facilities located on each floor, and more than 10 student study rooms. For those students interested in the fine arts, West Hall also provides students with a black-box theater and an art studio.

Immersed in beautiful greenery, West Hall encompasses a courtyard that provides students with ample outside areas where they can study or socialize while enjoying great food from the dining hall. Overlooking the beautiful tennis courts and athletic fields, West Hall offers residents quick access to the Mount Vernon Shuttle. It's also a short walk to the soccer/lacrosse field where you can watch GW's varsity teams or you can enjoy a pickup game of your own.

Approximately 10% of the freshmen class will live in West Hall.

Video of West Hall Single Bedroom, 4-Person Unit

Building Snapshot

  • Style: Suite Style
  • Year Built: 2010
  • Gender: Co-ed
  • Number of Floors: Four Residential Floors, two Basement levels

Building Features

  • TV lounge
  • Multimedia studios
  • Black box theater
  • Numerous study spaces
  • Dining facilities
  • Kitchen facilities in the residence hall
  • Laundry facilities in the residence hall
  • MicroFridge in each suite

Room Size

  • Four Bedroom, 4-Person Units (94% of rooms)
  • Double Bedroom, 4-Person Units (6% of rooms)
  • West Hall is made up of 4-Person Units with either 4 single bedrooms or 1 double and 2 single bedrooms.

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each suite
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • Wireless Internet

Sustainability Features

  • Refillable water bottle station
  • Bike storage
  • 50% solar energy power
  • Single stream recycling
  • Community Recycling bins for household and clothing items
  • E-Cycling drop off tower
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting
  • LEED Gold Certification | Take a self-guided tour!

1959 E Street

1959 E Street

1959 E Street is connected to the Elliott School of International Affairs building and offers apartment-style living for upperclass students in single, 3-person, 4-person, or 5-person apartments.

1959 E Street features a study lounge and rooms with a breathtaking view of the Washington skyline. Spacious and modern, each apartment has a washer and dryer in the unit, a living room, kitchen, and private bathrooms. Each kitchen is furnished with a dishwasher, microwave, and refrigerator. The rooftop terrace of 1959 E Street is the perfect place to hang out with friends and watch the hustle and bustle of the city from one of the best vantage points in DC.

During the spring semester, 1959 E Street hosts the Focus on Fall Abroad Community.

Building Snapshot

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

Building Features

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

Room types available in 1959 E Street:

  • Single Units with Kitchen (2.5% of rooms)
  • Two Bedroom 4-Person Units (75% of rooms)
  • Single Bedroom, 5-Person Units (a single bedroom within a unit that has one single and two double bedrooms) (3.5% of rooms)
  • Double Bedroom, 5-Person Units (18% of rooms)

Technology

  • Cable TV access in each apartment
  • Individual High Speed Internet
  • 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