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Read the latest news articles regarding the great work our Johns Hopkins Facilities and Real Estate team is a part of at Johns Hopkins.
'Freezer Challenge' helps Hopkins labs reduce energy consumption
Participating JHU labs were able to lower their energy use by a collective 1,202 kWh per day, the equivalent of the energy needed to power 39 single family homes.
BLocal BUILD College celebrates eighth design and construction cohort
The BLocal BUILD College program helps local businesses grow through education and networking.
A bold new era in D.C.
A look inside the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Center at 555 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, in D.C.
Johns Hopkins seeks input on draft Climate Action and Sustainability Plan
The document, open for comment through Oct. 20, outlines a new set of sustainability goals for the university and details forthcoming actions.
New School of Public Health building reaches next stage in city planning process
The new 250,000-square-foot facility will support the Bloomberg School's mission through dynamic workspaces, state-of-the-art classrooms, and a variety of study, collaboration, and event spaces.
Delivering on new lunch options
Traveling trucks and salad-stocked vending machines lead off the university's response to employees' requests for more on-site and healthy meals.
Welcome to lactation room No. 50
A ribbon-cutting at Homewood's Imagine Center marks a milestone for JHU's Lactation Support Program.
Johns Hopkins plans campus activities to honor veterans contributions
Events planned on campus to honor veterans.
Hopkins engineering students tour SNF Agora project site
Site visit introduces students enrolled in civil and systems engineering course to opportunities available in the field.
Hopkins Student Center plans move forward with preparation of future site
University community will have opportunities to bid farewell to Mattin Center, Whitehead Hall this spring.
A sign of the times
Eagerly awaited neighborhood signs at 33rd and St. Paul streets are among the final pieces of the Charles Village Streetscape project.
O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being reopens at Homewood
Bigger, better, brighter spaces will welcome fitness enthusiasts back to the facility, which features new and improved programming and a reinvigorated focus on wellness.
Building the Agora
The SNF Agora Institute formally installed its first cohort of endowed professors, marking a significant moment in the university's endeavors to foster democracy.
Inside the Imagine Center
Johns Hopkins students have a new home for their explorations, curiosities, and immersive learning experiences.
Johns Hopkins reimagines rec center with $27M expansion
Renovation of the O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being includes new spaces for strength and cardio workouts, group activities, and student well-being.
JHU acquisition expands opportunities in Washington, D.C.
University completes planned purchase of 555 Pennsylvania Ave., the future site of a collaboration and learning hub for the Johns Hopkins community.
Design concept selected for Hopkins Student Center
The concept features an open design with a large central campus living room, a variety of social spaces, themed community lounges, art and enrichment spaces, and dining options.
Revised design unveiled for SNF Agora Institute building at Johns Hopkins
Modified plans bolster connectivity, both within the building and to nearby spaces on the Homewood campus and within the community.
Johns Hopkins to acquire Newseum Building in Washington, D.C.
The university has agreed to purchase the property at 555 Pennsylvania Ave., in the heart of the nation's capital, and plans to turn it into a consolidated home for all of its D.C.-based graduate programs.
A look inside the new and improved Shriver Hall
The building's overhaul will improve the audience experience and also completely transform the onstage experience for performers.
Grand opening for refurbished Shriver Hall
18-month renovation project transforms space from 1950s-era auditorium into a state-of-the-art performance center.
Student Center coming to Homewood Campus
Long-sought social space for Johns Hopkins students will be built at the intersection of Charles and 33rd streets.
Preliminary designs offer first glimpse at plans for 'Hopkins D.C.'
Plans submitted by the university, architects for informational review reimagine the building as a modern, light-filled space optimized for learning, research, and public engagement.