After much anticipation, the University of the District of Columbia celebrated the opening of the new Student Center. The building is the University's first building in 40 years, but the ultra-modern design makes it worth the wait. DCist writes:
"Sustainable design features are woven throughout center, including a 14,000 square foot green roof, photovoltaic panels, a rain garden, and more. The building is set to be the first LEED Platinum university building in District, the first LEED Platinum student center on the east coast, and only one of two in the country."
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