Zoning Commission will wait on response from Old Georgetown Board before approving residence plans

The D.C. Zoning Commission met Monday night to review proposals for the construction of the Northeast Triangle Dorm and conversion of Ryan and Mulledy Halls into residential spaces. Although all commissioners expressed profuse support, they decided to withhold approval… Read More

How the Leavey Center will become a “spacious Village C”

During the D.C. Zoning Commission’s speedy meeting last Monday, the expansion of the Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center was briefly mentioned in discussions over the campus plan. As part of the revised agreement, the University will house an… Read More

D.C. Zoning Commission unanimously approves GU campus plan

Last night, Georgetown administrators and neighbors gathered before the D.C. Zoning Commission to discuss the 2010 campus plan for the final time as the University, ANC 2E, and neighborhood groups submitted a revised version of the original campus… Read More

Georgetown ANC Wrapup: Oh, Campus Plan, you’re such a tease

Update (5:00 p.m.): Tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., on P Street and 36th Street NW, Mayor Vince Gray, President John J. DeGioia, and ANC Commissioner Ron Lewis will make a “major announcement” on the subject of campus plan negotiations,… Read More

DC Zoning Commission unanimously approves new Athletic Training Facility to be built next to McDonough Gymnasium

Monica McNutt playing in McDonough Gymnasium against La Salle on Nov. 19, 2010 Georgetown scored a victory last Thursday when the DC Zoning Commission unanimously approved the University’s revised plans for  a new athletic training center to be… Read More

Athletic practice facility ready (again) for regulatory approval

While the 2010 Campus Plan struggles through the regulatory process, one project from its predecessor is close to being realized. Final plans for a new practice facility for varsity athletics, first approved as an amendment to the 2000… Read More

M Street Shuttle: SafeRides or Sudetenlands?

This weekend, Georgetown debuted a new late-night shuttle from the front gates to the M Street corridor. Although ostensibly part of SafeRides, the shuttle was also promised by the University as part of the 2010 Campus Plan discussions. … Read More

ANC commissioners, CAG, ask to postpone Campus Plan testimony

Yesterday, two Advisory Neighborhood Commissions and a neighborhood group requested that D.C. Zoning Commission Chairman Anthony Hood postpone community members’ campus plan testimony scheduled for Thursday. According to the Georgetown Dish, the Citizens’ Association of Georgetown and ANC… Read More

GU cedes to neighborhood demands, will add more beds

Georgetown announced changes to its 2010 Campus Plan yesterday, including plans to lower its main campus enrollment cap and add 250 beds either on-campus or outside of the area by the fall of 2014. If the University goes… Read More