Randall Junior High School

Randall Junior High School Randall Junior High School is an historic building at 65 I Street, Southwest, Washington, D.C.HistoryThe 80,000 s.f. middle school closed in 1978.It served as a homeless shelter until 2004, and as artist's studios, the Millenium Arts Center.In 2006, the Corcoran Gallery of Art purchased the building from the City of Washington for $6.2 million.

The initial redevelopment with developer Monument Realty LLC fell through. In 2010, a Telesis/Rubell group bought the property for $6.5 million. They plan to redevelop the property beginning in 2012.The District has the option to reacquire the property in 2018.

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Washington D.C., DC


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