Student Housing

George Washington University, Washington, DC

Phase 1:Amsterdam Hall
Completion: 1997
Cost: $15 million
Size: 135,700 GSF
Awards: 1997 EPA Award for Green Architecture
Phase 2: Ivory Tower
Completion: 2004
Cost: $40 million
Size: 271,400 GSF
Phase 3: Potomac House
Completion: 2006
Cost: $18 million
Size: 96,621 GSF

These student housing complexes at George Washington University provide parking, retail, and foodservice that totals over 550,000 GSF. Amsterdam Hall is 9 floors, and consists of 1-2 bedroom student apartments. Ivory Tower provides 700 beds and 90 underground parking spaces for faculty and staff. Potomac House adds 379 beds for undergraduate students at the southern edge of campus. The design reflects the University’s commitment to the community, incorporating quality materials and features that are compatible with the neighboring private buildings and existing campus structures.

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