Education
Multi-Family Housing

As part of its commitment to being a good neighbor, Arlington-based Marymount University transformed a surface parking lot into an environmentally-friendly urban village known as the 26th Street Complex. The complex includes two new buildings: Caruthers Hall, a 52,000 SF academic building for the sciences and health sciences, and Rose Benté Lee Ostapenko Hall, a 77,000 SF residence hall. The Malek Plaza curves between the buildings and provides an outdoor gathering space.

Other amenities include underground parking and a pedestrian bridge over Yorktown Boulevard that connects the new facilities with the rest of Marymount’s Main Campus. This project received a Community Appearance Award for beautifying the neighborhood from the Community Appearance Alliance (CAA) of Northern Virginia.

The 26th Street Complex connected to Marymount University in northern Virginia
The 26th Street Complex connected to Marymount University in northern Virginia
The 26th Street Complex's Malek Plaza connected to Marymount University in northern Virginia

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