The opening day of the Summit will feature our keynote speakers in the historic National Headquarters located at 430 17th Street, Washington, DC 20006. The building, which was designated a National Historical Landmark in 1965, houses art and artifacts by well-know artists acquired by the American Red Cross since its formal inception in 1881. The monumental headquarters of the nation's largest official relief organization is also a memorial to the women of the Civil War. It exemplifies the McMillan Plan of development for buildings facing "the Ellipse." It was built between 1915 and 1917 by the architects A. Breck Trowbridge and Goodhue Livingston. --DC Inventory of Historic Sites, 2009
Days 2 & 3 will held in the American Red Cross's second headquarters at 2025 E St NW, Washington, DC 20006. Built for the local DC chapter of the Red Cross, this building is a prominent component of the Northwest Rectangle complex of government and institutional buildings and is among the last works of the "City Beautiful" classicism in the nation's capital. It is a major work of noted architects Eggers & Higgins with construction started in 1950 and completed 2 years later. --DC Inventory of Historic Sites, 2009
We have made special arrangements with 3 area hotels for a discounted rate for attendees of the HOT Summit 2015 Event. Please contact Blake Girardot if you would like booking code information to receive the discounted rates. The map below reflects the discounted rates available to registered attendees or presenters. Space is limited so please make your reservations as soon as possible.
The map presented below shows the two locations for the Summit, day 1 will be held in the American Red Cross historic headquarters building and days 2 & 3 will be in the American Red Cross building at 2025 E Street NW.Deadline to request a discounted booking code: April 15th, 2015
The map shows the Washington DC Metro Subway system with grey circles indicating hotels, red drop icons indicating the Summit locations and the lodging icons showing the hotels we have special arrangements with for rates. It should help you find hotels near to the Metro lines in areas that are less expensive than downtown DC.
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