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The building sits at 64 H Street, Southwest, on the grounds of the former Elizabeth G. Randall Junior High School – a historic landmark from which music legend Marvin Gaye graduated. But GALLERY 64 isn’t just an address, it’s a tribute to pivotal moments in history and the arts.

Soul singer and songwriter Marvin Gaye. © Jim Britt, Michael Ochs Archives (Getty)
Martin Luther King Jr. receiving medal of honor in 1964. © Library of Congress
Consider just a few 1964 milestones: the Civil Rights Act was passed, Martin Luther King Jr. won the Nobel Peace Prize, D.C. residents could finally vote for president, pop art was in full swing and the Beatles invaded the nation’s capital. GALLERY 64 draws inspiration from the history of the city and the spirit of 1964.

The former Randall Junior High School has been restored to retain its historic character and transformed into a world-class museum, housing contemporary artworks from the renowned Rubell Family collection. A beautifully landscaped courtyard connects the museum to the 492-residence, 12-story building which boasts curated artwork, best-in-class amenities and sweeping views of the U.S. Capitol. The building will showcase an eclectic collection of art pieces that have been specifically commissioned for GALLERY 64, and the interior spaces will flow with color, texture and dimension. 
The Beatles in front of the Capitol. Their first live concert in the US was at Uline Arena in 1964.
GALLERY 64 sits in the heart of one of the city's most vibrant and artistic areas. Close to the Southwest Waterfront, Navy Yard and expansive public parks, the modern building is both design-forward and classically inspired. From the rooftop pool deck, residents can enjoy breathtaking views of the U.S. Capitol, Nationals Park and Audi Field. Anchored by the world-class Rubell Museum, GALLERY 64 connects seamlessly with the neighborhood – just steps from Arena Stage, ARTECHOUSE and other iconic cultural destinations. 

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Lowe is a privately held diversified real estate company, founded in 1972. The company is owned by active and retired employees. Over the past 50 years, Lowe has acquired, developed or managed over $32 billion of real estate assets. Lowe maintains offices in Los Angeles, Oakland, San Diego, Santa Ana, Charleston, Denver, Seattle and Washington, DC. Lowe uncovers and delivers value beyond what might be expected from a traditional real estate company. We value collaboration and partnership with others, welcoming new ideas and perspectives. Lowe is committed not to a single service, property type or location, but to mastering the process of building value in real estate. We develop, we invest, and we manage. We create commercial, hotel, multifamily and retail properties. Often, we get the opportunity to combine all of these skills to create a new mixed-use environment. Through our foundation of steadfast values and innovative real estate services we strive to bridge meaningful and positive human experiences with financial performance. We tailor our approach to the needs of each asset and the goals of each partner and find opportunity in complex challenges.

Mitsui Fudosan America, Inc. (MFA) is the U.S. subsidiary of Japan’s largest real estate company, Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd., a publicly traded company with approximately $65 billion of assets. MFA is responsible for Mitsui Fudosan’s real estate investment and development activities in North America, and is headquartered in New York City, with regional hubs in Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Honolulu. MFA has been active in the United States since the 1970s and currently owns assets in the New York City, Washington DC, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Hoboken, San Diego, Denver and Honolulu metropolitan areas. MFA’s U.S. portfolio includes approximately 5.6 million square feet of office space, 7.2 million square feet of office space under development, 2,000 residential apartments, and 5,300 additional rental units under development, as well as 741 hotel rooms. Additionally, MFA has recently developed several condominium projects in the New York and Washington DC markets.