254 North Washington

Comprehensive Renovation in Rockville, Maryland


Miner Feinstein Architects was selected to provide architectural design services for the rehab of a 60 unit former hotel adjacent to the thriving Rockville Town Center. The renovation consists of upgrading a building that has fallen into disrepair. Exterior and interior improvements highlight a building that is being designed to meet the Enterprise Green Communities standards. Improvements consist of renovating each dwelling unit with new HVAC, kitchens, and finishes; providing a new entry layout and offices; as well as a major upgrade to the exterior appearance of the building.

Residents were relocated to different parts of the building as the construction took place, but the building remained partially occupied. The construction was completed in the winter of 2017/2018.

This project has won two awards:

  • 2018 Affordable Housing Conference of Montgomery County Design Awards – 2nd Place Renovation.
  • 2018 Peerless Rockville Award – Stewardship of a Local Resource, and Rehabilitation.

Client:Montgomery Housing Partnership

Gross Square Feet: 50,000

Dwelling Units:60

Construction period:12 months