The Edmond J. Safra Family Lodge at NIH

Background

Construction for The Edmond J. Safra Family Lodge at NIH began in the spring of 2003. It was designed by Amy Weinstein, Weinstein Associates of Washington, DC, in conjunction with the architectural firm Louviere, Stratton and Yokel of Greenbelt, Maryland.

The Clinical Center initiated the pilot NIH Guest House, which opened in 1996 in the old Apartment House (Building 20). With the demolition in 1998 of Building 20 to make way for the new Clinical Research Center, the 6-unit Guest House moved to a nearby apartment building on Battery Lane in Bethesda and continues today in a combination of local hotel rooms and two apartments.

In the News

Clinical Center News
"Edmond J. Safra Famlily Lodge opens" (July 2005)

Clinical Center News
"Finishing touches under way at Family Lodge" (February 2005)

NIH Record
"Kin to the Inn: Safra Lodge To Open Soon" (February 2005)

Clinical Center News
"Plans move ahead for Family Lodge" (April 2000)

NIH Record
"NIH Family Lodge to be Built Near Lasker Center on Campus" (March 2000)

Construction

Views from the Lodge’s second-floor guest rooms
April 27, 2004
East Side Facing Clinical Center
Views from the Lodge’s second-floor guest rooms
April 27, 2004
Northwest side of the Lodge
 
Views from the Lodge's second-floor guest rooms
April 27, 2004
Inside the Lodge
 
Views from the Lodge’s second-floor guest rooms
December 1, 2003
Views from the Lodge's second-floor guest rooms
 
View of the Lodge from Center Drive and Old Georgetown Rd.
December 3, 2003
View of the Lodge from Center Drive and Old Georgetown Road
 
View of the Lodge from Center Drive
December 1, 2003
View of the Lodge from Center Drive
 
View of Clinical Center Campus across the street from the Lodge
December 1, 2003
View of Clinical Center Campus "across the street" from the Lodge
 
Second-floor walls going up
October 21, 2003
Second-floor walls going up
 
First-floor walls going up
October 7, 2003
First-floor walls going up
 
Interior Basement Walls
July 15, 2003
Interior basement walls
 
Basement Walls going up
June 17, 2003
Basement walls going up
 
Beginning of foundation
June 6, 2003
Beginning of foundation
 

NOTE: PDF documents require the free Adobe Reader.

This page last updated on 06/19/2017

You are now leaving the NIH Clinical Center website.

This external link is provided for your convenience to offer additional information. The NIH Clinical Center is not responsible for the availability, content or accuracy of this external site.

The NIH Clinical Center does not endorse, authorize or guarantee the sponsors, information, products or services described or offered at this external site. You will be subject to the destination site’s privacy policy if you follow this link.

More information about the NIH Clinical Center Privacy and Disclaimer policy is available at http://www.cc.nih.gov/disclaimers.html