26th Street Project, Marymount University, Arlington, VA
DCS developed two contemporary neo-classical buildings atop a parking garage base for Marymount's new 26th Street project, which is designed for LEED NC Certification. Rose Bente’ Lee Ostapenko Hall is a 6-story, 77,000 square foot dormitory providing housing for 239 students. A bridge over Yorktown Boulevard connects the dorms to Marymount’s main campus. The student housing is adjacent to Caruthers Hall, a 4-story, 52,000 square foot academic building. The new academic building houses classrooms, lecture halls, faculty offices, and lab space for health science, chemistry, physics and biology. A 2,500 SF cafe is also located on the ground floor.