FAIRFAX, VA – October 9, 2015 Crestline Hotels & Resorts, LLC (Crestline) announced that the Hyatt Place Washington DC /Georgetown/West End has reached an important milestone in its construction—the ‘topping out’ of the nine-story building. The hotel is scheduled to open in the spring of 2016 at 2121 M Street NW and will offer 168 guestrooms. It is being developed by Washington DC-based Renaissance Centro, which enjoys a 30-year legacy of nationally recognized projects throughout the DC metro area.
At the topping out celebration, developer Albert H. Small, Jr. said, “The topping out marks the construction progress achieved since first reaching grade on the property this summer. We are on track for our intended opening in the spring of 2016 and want to thank the entire team helping to bring this hotel to fruition. This includes: General Contractor Whiting-Turner, concrete subcontractor Miller & Long, architect JN+A, lender United Bank, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, and of course our management company, Crestline Hotels & Resorts, as well as many others.”
¹Pictured L to R: architect Russel Clem; project manager Ilan A. Scharfstein; Renaissance Centro principal Albert H. Small, Jr.; architect William Brust; Renaissance Centro principal Douglas Erdman; and construction manager Scott Olmsted. Also in attendance but not pictured: Edward Mackowiak and Jeffrey Mudd of Whiting-Turner, Jim Tierney of Hyatt Hotels, and Terri Ryan of Crestline.