NYU to Break Ground in DC.

Hickok Cole Architects is set to break ground on a brand-new academic center for the New York University in the Washington DC this month! Hickok Cole is a leading architecture and interior design firm located in Georgetown neighborhood and has quite a roster of well-known architectural projects.

Aiming for a LEED Gold certification, the mixed-use 12-story and 75,000 square foot building will accommodate classrooms, seminar rooms, a lecture hall, student dormitories for 120 students and faculty/administrative offices.

The design incorporates good deal of glass for natural light and open floor plans. Slated to be completed in 2012, the project will be underway starting September 20th at 1307 L Street, NW.

I’ve known the folks at HCA for over 7 years and attend their popular and always-a-good-time yearly Art Nights and various charity events. They’re a great team and will work wonders with NYU’s local campus building.


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