Arlo Hotels tops off Arlo Washington D.C.

Arlo Hotels, the independent lifestyle hotel brand with properties in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Miami and Chicago, tops off the Arlo Washington D.C., its newest property in Washington, D.C. The 12-story boutique hotel, slated to open in August 2024, will be the brand’s seventh property in the U.S. The hotel is owned by Quadrum Global, an integrated development, investment management and advisory group focused on real estate opportunities.

Arlo Washington D.C. will comprise 229,846 square feet, which includes the restoration and preservation of the original 42,942-square-foot, five-story building, The Harrison Apartment, D.C.’s oldest known surviving conventional apartment building, has stood since 1882. Arlo Hotels is adding 186,904 square feet of space to the property, where the sixth through 12th floors, the penthouse, four meeting rooms and an indoor and outdoor rooftop lounge and pool will be located. The hotel will also feature a restaurant and bar, a Bodega café and lounge, and an interior courtyard.

Arlo Washington D.C. is located four blocks from Washington, D.C.’s Union Station and less than a mile from the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Situated in the city’s Judiciary Square neighborhood, the 445-room hotel is close to globally recognized landmarks such as The Capitol and the Supreme Court Building, fine dining options and upscale shopping.

“We are excited to expand the Arlo Hotels brand into new cities and bring our community-centered programming to broader audiences,” Oleg Pavlov, founder and CEO of Quadrum Global and Arlo Hotels, said in a statement. “It is an honor to restore and breathe new life into one of D.C.’s historic properties, which sat vacant for approximately 15 years. We will honor the legacy of this building by making it a welcoming place for the entire D.C. community and creating experiences that capture the destination’s identity.”

Arlo Washington D.C. will be designed by Meyer Davis and //3877 Design.