Washington, DC — Donohoe Construction project, Homewood Suites by Hilton Washington Convention Center, has officially opened its doors to guests. Located in the Historic District of Mt. Vernon Square at 465 New York Avenue, the 95,303 square-foot Homewood Suites includes 160 guestrooms.
Designed by BBGM and owned by Magna Hospitality Group, the thirteen-story hotel offers studios and one-bedroom suites that feature separate living and sleeping areas. Each guestroom has a fully equipped kitchen with a full size refrigerator, microwave, stovetop and dishwasher. The hotel also features an on-site business center, convenience store, restaurant and fitness facilities.
Prior to starting construction on the Homewood Suites project in 2014, Donohoe Construction assisted with the relocation of a historic three-story townhouse built in the early 1900s. The townhouse was braced and moved approximately 30 feet to the west side of the project site to make way for the new hotel and bring continuity along New York Avenue.
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Family‐owned and operated, Donohoe Construction Company ("Donohoe Construction") is one of the leading general contractors exclusively serving the Washington, DC Metro area. Donohoe’s diverse construction expertise includes multi‐family residential, office, hospitality, senior living, mixed‐use, interiors, parking garages, and higher‐education projects. Continued growth and success reflects Donohoe Construction’s steadfast commitment to superior service and uncompromised integrity. For more information, please visit www.donohoe.com/construction or on Twitter @DonohoeTweets.