Concordia Hotel Renovation

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project at a glance

The Concordia Hotel project is a complete renovation of the Concordia Building, originally constructed in 1965, which included replacement of all building systems, demolition and replacement of slabs to accommodate moved elevators, a 95,000 square foot interior fit-out, and replacement of the 10-story building's façade with an architectural window wall system.

The 121-bed, extended stay facility, designed for International Monetary Fund (IMF) employees attending the IMF Institute, is LEED Gold certified.

 

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