Preservation and New Purpose for Historic School
Gallery 64 is a 492-unit, 12-story apartment building with 98 affordable units that was a key component of the redevelopment of the historic former Randall School site in Washington DC. The 500,000-squarefoot redevelopment of the 2.7-acre site included the preservation and repurposing of existing historic buildings into a world-class museum, housing contemporary artworks. From the campus-like setting shared by the Rubell Museum DC to the art-gallery-inspired design and collection of specially commissioned contemporary art works showcased throughout the building, Gallery 64 residents are immersed in arts and cultural experiences for a one-of-a-kind living environment. Gallery 64 offers an array of the most sought-after amenities including rooftop gathering spaces with fire pits, grilling stations and outdoor kitchens, a dog walk and a resort-style pool with food and beverage service. Indoor communal areas include a spacious lounge with fireplace, game room, fitness center, and maker spaces with a sound studio. The property achieved LEED Platinum certification for meeting the U.S. Green Building Council’s highest standards for sustainability in both its construction and management, and earned a WiredScore Platinum certification, the highest possible rating. for its outstanding digital connectivity.