A new project will convert the Western Heating Plant and Coal Yard in Washington DC into luxury residences and a private park thanks to the architecture firm Adjaye Associates. The project will convert the federal building built in the 1940s into luxury residences for the Four Seasons international hotel group. Its design will preserve a six-story structure once designed by American architect William Foster Dewey and the monumental square arch at the end of the structure, which will be restored and textural details added to the light-colored brick façade.
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