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Construction Tops Out for 929

The 572-bed project, which is being developed by a team led by Education Realty Trust, will cater to grad students of Johns Hopkins University.

 

Photo courtesy of Education Realty Trust

 

Baltimore — Construction has topped out for 929, a new residential project being constructed at Johns Hopkins University. The project consists of a 20-story tower that will feature 572 beds of graduate student housing. The housing will comprise 321 one-, two- and four-bedroom units. Common areas in the residences will contain premium finishes include faux wood floors, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Community amenities will include a rooftop terrace and a fitness facility. The ground floor of the building will contain 8,300 square feet of retail space.

A joint venture between Education Realty Trust and local developer Otis Warren & Co. is developing the community. The project team also includes Marks, Thomas Architects and Clark-Banks Joint Venture. Education Realty Trust will manage the community upon completion.

The new community is being built in the school’s new Science + Technology Park, a 31-acre project that is being master developed by East Baltimore Development Inc.  and Forest City Enterprises under a ground lease with the University. Click here for more information about the Science + Technology Park.

— Coleman Wood

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