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-square foot 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, the only privately owned residential development in Washington DC to achieve that rating. The museum is certified LEED Silver. Gallery 64 also earned a WiredScore Platinum certification, the highest possible rating. for its outstanding digital connectivity.