The Architect and Advocate for Black Women in Architecture

Katherine Williams, the Assistant Director of Capital Projects at Georgetown, was recently featured in the “Georgetown Faces, Spirit of Georgetown” series. The article recognizes Katherine and her accomplishments with Capital Projects and beyond.

Learn more about Katherine and her journey of combining architecture and advocacy by visiting the following article.


Henle Village Redevelopment

Georgetown University ​​has partnered with American Campus Communities and JMA to replace Henle Village with a larger, sustainable, accessible apartment complex for undergraduate students. The project includes student lounges, wellness spaces, common areas, and green spaces open to the entire university community.

To learn more about the project and the approximate timeframe, visit the following article.


New Flagship Building on Georgetown Law Campus

Daniel Tsai, L‘79, chairman of the Fubon Group, has donated $30 million to Georgetown Law. This contribution will support the construction of a new 200,000 ft. state-of-the-art academic building on the Law campus.

For more information, you can review the full Georgetown Law article.


Sarah and Bernard Gewirz Student Center Redevelopment Project

Georgetown Law is working on a huge redevelopment project for its campus. The project includes a 167,000 ft. academic and administrative building that would replace the Sarah and Bernard Gewirz Student Center. Learn more by checking the information on the BLDUP website, where real estate development projects are available.


Georgetown’s Downtown Campus Achieves Major Sustainability Milestone

The university’s downtown residential building at 55 H St. NW has earned a LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the first building at Georgetown to achieve the highest LEED certification.

55 H St. NW joins a growing list of buildings at Georgetown that are LEED-certified.


Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Prevention Opened

Georgetown University just opened the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Prevention to provide patient navigation services and educational orientation to Southeast Washington, D.C., where these services have been historically lacking. You can review the Washington Business Journal, WTOP News, DCist, and the Ralph Lauren Corporation articles for more information.


55H Street Nominated as “Best Sustainable Development”

Our Graduate Student Housing, 55 H Street, was recently nominated by the Washington Business Journal’s 2023 Best Real Estate Deals as the “Best Sustainable Development.” The building hosts graduate students with housing and services during their journey in Washington, D.C.

Read more here.


Pollution Reduction Project Announced

Georgetown is starting a new project to reduce Potomac pollution. The project will provide long-term environmental and health benefits.

The construction project will provide the Potomac with a deep sewer tunnel near Georgetown that will transport sewer overflows to a nearby wastewater treatment plant. To learn more about this project, visit The Hoya article.