Articles tagged: construction


Red Square construction causes farmers market to downsize

Since Feb. 26, a section of Red Square has been blocked for construction, temporarily downsizing the Georgetown Farmers Market, which returned from its winter hiatus on March 20. The market,... Read more


Despite looming closures, Yellow Line to reopen after eight months

After the line’s eight-month-long closure, The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) will fully reopen the Yellow Line to customers on May 7 under operational changes projected to increase the frequency of Metro service downtown. 


Georgetown’s non-faculty workers deserve better treatment

Last winter, two Georgetown students crowdsourced $17,000 for Stacey Walton, a Georgetown food service employee struggling with food and housing insecurity. In advocating for Walton, they acknowledged the simple fact... Read more


Wisconsin GUTS relocated again due to construction

The Wisconsin GUTS bus shuttle has once again been relocated due to construction in the area between Epicurean and the Georgetown Hospital.  This change, as well as the closing of... Read more


University Issues $631 Million in New Bonds to Finance Infrastructure, Existing Debt

The university issued approximately $631 million in taxable revenue bonds across two series that will mature at different times. Moody’s Corporation, a credit agency, gave the bonds an A2 rating,... Read more


Wisconsin Ave GUTS relocates to Reservoir Road

The long term stop of the Wisconsin Ave GUTS shuttle relocated to the intersection of 37th Street and Winfield Lane along Reservoir Road on Jan. 22, vice president of planning... Read more


Kehoe Field renovation project set to begin in 2019

Yates Field House held an open house in Sellinger Lounge on Nov. 30 to discuss upcoming renovation plans for Kehoe Field. The renovations are expected to begin in late February... Read more


Walk This Way: Female students subjected to sexual harassment by construction workers

As Georgetown breaks ground on the many construction projects planned for the next two years, several female students have raised concerns for their personal safety in response to incidents of... Read more