Study Hotels will continue its growth into top-tier university markets with its fourth property, The Study at Johns Hopkins, scheduled to open the third quarter of 2021.
Blackstone Apartments will be transformed in this adaptive reuse project. The 115-room hotel will feature reconfigured, deluxe room accommodations and new public spaces. Located at the main gate of Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Campus in Baltimore, Maryland, and as part of the revitalized Charles Village corridor, the goal is to immerse the building campus life as well as the surrounding community.
Designed to encourage social interaction, reflection, and rejuvenation, the hotel will embody the academic spirit and personality of the campus through the design of signature Study units and suites, as well as approximately 2,500 sq. ft. of conference space. A regionally inspired restaurant/bar with its own entrance will round out the project.
The hotel’s Living Room will encourage social interaction, furnished with a mix of transitional and contemporary style furniture with warm, natural fabrics and accents. A large bookcase, a hallmark feature of the Study Hotels Living Room, will showcase books written by Johns Hopkins University authors and scholars. Museum cases and a variety of artwork balance out the academic atmosphere.
Manhattan-based hotel and real estate development company Hospitality 3 launched Study Hotels in 2008. The brand targets university markets. Current properties include The Study at Yale in New Haven, Connecticut; The Study at University City in Philadelphia; and The Study at University of Chicago in Chicago (opening in 2021).
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