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LEED Silver Hilton Garden Inn Opens in D.C.’s West End


WASHINGTON, D.C.—Shalom Baranes Associates, OTO Development, LLC, Perseus Realty, and Turner Construction Co. recently celebrated the completion of the construction of the Hilton Garden Inn at 2201 M Street in Washington, D.C.’s West End. The restaurant below the hotel, Cafe Deluxe, also has opened.

The new 167,888 square foot Hilton Garden Inn is a 238 room, LEED Silver, upscale Hilton Garden Inn hotel. Two levels of subsurface structure accommodate one level of parking for 53 cars and one level of office space. Building amenities include a 24-hour fitness center, heated rooftop pool, and a garden terrace. Within the hotel is the 155-seat Café Deluxe restaurant featuring sliding storefront which can be opened on days of nice weather with a large bar and rentable private dining space.

“Turner is thrilled to have worked with such wonderful partners to build this exquisite hotel to accommodate the thriving West End area of D.C.,” says Ken Jones, Vice President and General Manager of Turner Businesses. Locals and tourists are sure to enjoy its amenities.”

The building is poured in place, post-tension concrete construction, typical of the Washington, D.C. market. The facade consists of rainscreen, curtainwall at the street elevations and brick with punch windows at the rear elevations. Achieving the unique look of the exterior this building required the detailed execution of various façade elements including terracotta, metal panels, stone, curtain wall, brick, architectural precast concrete and punch windows. Sub-surface utility work was required below 22nd Street and M Street consisting of improvements to existing utilities and many tie-ins.

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