Candlewood Suites Hotel

Baltimore, Maryland

Twelve-story steel frame building with masonry infill exterior walls designed in the Second Renaissance Revival (1890-1920) style

Location
Baltimore, Maryland

Client
International Hospitality Group (IHG)

Completion Date
2018

Size
103 Keys

Project Type
Renovation, Conversion of Office Building to Hotel

Professional Credits
Waldon Studio Architects

The Jefferson Building was constructed prior to the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904, burned, and rebuilt shortly after the fire. It is a twelve-story steel frame building with masonry infill exterior walls designed in the Second Renaissance Revival style (1890-1920). It was utilized as an office building through 2001. The design team designed the conversion of the building to an IHG Candlewood Suites Hotel with 103 extended stay hotel guest rooms, laundry, fitness and gathering spaces. A split-level floor on the upper floors accommodates three multi-level guest rooms, with living space on the entry level and a bedroom on the upper level connected by an internal spiral stair.

Jon G. Fisher, AIA

Principal, Director of Corporate Operations
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