Northeast Neighborhood Library

This Georgian Revival style building, first opened in 1932, has been modernized to provide state-of-the-art library services while retaining the building’s historic character. The project was focused on three “preservation zones”: restoration, rehabilitation, and renovation. This three-pronged approach was particularly necessary as the building has been in operation since 1932 and had received few updates since the 1950s.

Award of Merit in Historic Resources – AIA DC Chapter
21,000 square feet
$10 million
  • HVAC Design
  • Electrical Design
  • Plumbing Design
  • MEP Systems Commissioning

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