From the President
The 26th Street project is the most significant construction effort Marymount University has undertaken in four decades. This project could not have become a reality without the cooperation and collaboration of many in the wider community. As the construction moves forward, Marymount University will continue to bear in mind its responsibility to be a good citizen and good neighbor. We are committed to keeping the community informed and responding quickly to any issues that may arise. This Web site has been established to help keep the lines of communication open. We hope that our friends and neighbors will visit it often, to see project updates and to use the contact information listed here if questions or concerns should arise.
The 26th Street project addresses Marymount University’s three most critical needs: expanded academic space, student housing, and parking. Last year, our student newspaper dubbed this initiative “The Miracle on 26th Street” – a phrase that reflects not only the excitement we feel, but also an understanding of the project’s transformational potential. The 26th Street project is an essential step forward for Marymount – one that will position our University to achieve new levels of excellence and distinction.
We cordially invite all members of the Marymount community – students, alumni, parents, faculty and staff, friends and supporters – to think of this Web site as your window on the excitement. Watch with us as “The Miracle on 26th Street” rises. Watch as a parking lot is transformed into a vibrant living and learning space that will benefit Marymount students for generations to come!
With appreciation for your interest and support,
James E. Bundschuh
2807 North Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22207
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| Erik J. Kaniecki
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