Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis Hall, more commonly referred to as JBKO, is a co-ed student residence hall on the Foggy Bottom campus hosting 268 primarily sophomore students in singles, doubles and quads.
2222 Eye St. NW, Washington, DC, 20052
Building and Room StructureEdit
JBKO consists of 8 residential floors and one basement.
Amenities and FeaturesEdit
- Rooftop deck
- Laundry facilities
- Room specific: Private bathrooms.
Breakdown of available room types:
- Built in the mid 30's, this building was renamed and dedicated to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the mid 1990's. It has not seen a major refurbishment since then, and is one of the most obvious cases of deferred maintinence at GW.
- Unlike its twins, Munson and Fulbright, JBKO has security at the entrance almost 24 hours a day.
- Great Location, across the street from Metro, Hispital, Whole Foods, Sweet Green, and and Roti
- North-facing rooms get flooded with natural light all day
- Tiny, Antiquated kitchens with old appliances, stained floors, walls, and ceilings with orientations that make cleaning difficult
- Stained wood floors that have been poorly maintained
- Bathrooms frequently have cracked and missing floor tiles
- Most modern toilet paper rolls cannot fit into designated slots
- Loud banging and creaking noises have been reported on many floors that occur chronically without warning
- Window Blinds are old and do not keep out light from the streets
- Trash chute fills up twice weekly and is never emptied on time
- Due to construction, windows have not been washed in either 2013 or 2014
- Construction has caused frequent water and gas outages
- False fire alarms are frequent
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