Historic DC Patterson Mansion's makeover now complete

Images courtesy of Ampeer Residences

Patterson Mansion

Ampeer Dupont Circle—a highly-detailed renovation of the legendary Patterson Mansion—will open its doors in July. The property owned and developed by private real estate development company Saul Urban, will offer 92 uniquely-designed residential units featuring 350 square feet each.
— Evelina Croitoru, Multi-Housing News

Dupont Circle's Patterson Mansion, a sneak peak

All photos by Michelle Goldchain, CurbedDC

Patterson Mansion

In July 2017, Dupont Circle’s Patterson Mansion will open its doors with 92 high-end, fully-furnished residential units and a variety of amenities, thanks to D.C.-based developer Saul Urban in partnership with Rooney Properties.

The micro-units built in the two structures range in square footage from the mid-300s to the late-500s. Leases go as low as three months with the intention to appeal to the city’s transient class, which includes diplomats, politicos, and executives.
— Michelle Goldchain, CurbedDC

Inside the micro-unit transformation of Dupont Circle's historic Patterson Mansion

Photos by Jon Banister, Bisnow | Renderings courtesy of Saul Urban

Patterson Mansion

The developer, in partnership with Rooney Properties, has renovated the mansion into 22 small apartment units, with another 70 in a newly built, connected glass building, and has turned the mansion’s common areas into amenity spaces. The renovation is nearing completion and the building will welcome its first residents in July.
— Jon Banister, Bisnow

Work underway to transform historic Dupont Circle mansion into upscale rentals

Patterson Mansion

The historic neoclassical Patterson House at 15 Dupont Circle in Washington has been watching over the changes in the neighborhood since its completion in 1903.

The ornate, intricately carved limestone mansion, home to President Calvin Coolidge and, most recently, the headquarters of The Washington Club, one of the city’s oldest women’s social clubs, is the midst of its own transformation.

Manhattan Construction is managing the project for SB-Urban LLC and Rooney Properties, the building owners and joint developers. Hartman-Cox Architects has designed the interiors for the building, which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1972. The mansion was designed by architect Stanford White of McKim, Mead & White and is the only remaining example of his work in Washington.

The 25,000-square-foot five-story mansion and a new 42,000-square-foot, eight-story addition will include a workout facility, a library, a dining room with a large shared kitchen, a bar and party area and an outdoor terrace for residents.
— Washington Post

Munger residents praise unique living environment

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Munger Graduate Residences

As I’ve been here now for a year, I’ve come to realize that every moment here is a precious opportunity for students to learn, and of course that learning goes on in classrooms, but the students are only spending a fraction of their time in classrooms.
— University President Mark Schlissel
University officials and students highlighted the importance of community and diversity as they celebrated the opening of the Munger Graduate Residences on Wednesday, a project largely funded by University alum Charles Munger, a real estate mogul.
— The Michigan Daily

Munger Graduate Residences opens at University of Michigan

The Munger Graduate Residences will provide our graduate and professional students with further opportunities to engage one another across different academic disciplines, backgrounds, and thought, while enriching their educational experience on our campus.
— University President Mark Schlissel
It’s a new kind of environment that allows residents to understand new perspectives, solve issues and bring evolved thinking into their careers.
— Greg Merritt, director of the Coleman-Munger Fellows Program and senior associate director of University Housing