Moxy Hotel redevelopment provides window to the past

May 16, 2019

Stantec’s archeological team discusses the historic finds at the site of a hotel redevelopment in Washington, DC

 

Watch to learn more about the fascinating work by our archeological team to uncover and preserve historic remnants during the site redevelopment of the Moxy Hotel at 101 K Street NW in Washington, DC—winner of a DC Award of Excellence in Historic Preservation. Our Paul Kreisa and Emily Swain discuss the work done on behalf of Douglas Development Corporation, as well as the historic discoveries and what they imply about the region’s past. 

 

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