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The Hopkins Bloomberg Center

Johns Hopkins University has built a new academic home in the center of Washington, D.C., bringing Johns Hopkins University’s world-class research and knowledge to the nation’s capital to help tackle many of the most difficult challenges facing the nation and the world.

The Hopkins Bloomberg Center opened in the fall of 2023, enabling the Baltimore-based research university to expand its presence in Washington through a prime location on Pennsylvania Avenue between the US Capitol and the White House.


Building The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Center in Washington, D.C.

The Center builds on Johns Hopkins’ history as the nation’s first research university, and will serve as a nexus for trusted academic experts, global leaders, policymakers, and students to share multidisciplinary expertise while educating future civic leaders.

Built with support from the University, donations, and a gift from Mike Bloomberg, a 1964 alumnus of the University, the 435,000-square-foot building was acquired in 2019 has been transformed into a light-filled, vibrant center for learning, research, the arts, and public engagement.


Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Center Dedication Day

Top photo: The Hopkins Bloomberg Center at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. Photo credit: Johns Hopkins University