The Study at Johns Hopkins
Hospitality 3 to Develop Study Hotel at Johns Hopkins
Scheduled for Q3 2021 – 115 Rooms
The plan for adaptive reuse will completely transform the existing Blackstone Apartments on the corner of 33rd and North Charles Streets. The 115-room hotel will feature reconfigured, deluxe room accommodations and new inspired public spaces filled with an abundance of natural light. Located at the main gate of Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Campus, and as part of the revitalized Charles Village corridor, guests will feel immersed in both campus life and the surrounding community, able to enjoy all that Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore have to offer the moment they leave the hotel.
As with all Study Hotels, The Study at Johns Hopkins will be designed to encourage social interaction, reflection, and rejuvenation. The hotel will embody the academic spirit and personality of the campus through the unique design of signature Study units and suites, as well as approximately 2,500 square feet of conference space. A regionally inspired restaurant/bar with its own entrance will make a perfect addition to the dynamic Homewood Campus and add liveliness to the neighborhood.
Rooms will be equipped with all the amenities Study Hotels is known for—the perfect leather reading chair for scholarly guests, an expansive work desk, comfortable bedding, and large windows for prospective students and alumni looking to view the campus. All guests will enjoy the brand's attentive, individualized, and generous service philosophy.
The hotel's Living Room will encourage social interaction in a comfortable and welcoming environment. The space will be furnished with an eclectic 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 an abundant supply of books written by Johns Hopkins University authors and scholars, while museum cases and a variety of artwork will pique the interest of the academic and visually curious.