Columbia Place

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WASHINGTON, DC—Columbia Place, an adaptive reuse 12-storymixed-use development in the heart of the Shaw Historic Districthas delivered, reports design firm Cooper Carry. The projectincorporates eight historic buildings, including a Civil War-erahome.

The $230 million development consists of a dual-branded, 4-starhotel with underground parking, along with more than 200apartments. The project is adjacent to DC's Walter E. WashingtonConvention Center and Marriott Marquis Convention Hotel. CooperCarry joined forces with tvsdesign on both Columbia Place and thenearby Marriott Marquis convention center hotel.

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