Aimed primarily at sophomores, the hall includes five, two-story, 24-student “pods,” each with 12 students per floor in bedrooms surrounding an open, two-story living/gathering space. The living space includes a balcony, loft seating, kitchen, soft seating and study spaces to reinforce the academic mission.
Completion 2009 // 2010
The project was planned in several phases with Phase I including the development of the entire site and the first two buildings. Each apartment unit is equipped with a full kitchen, living/dining room, two bathrooms, and five single bedrooms. Each building can house up to 56 students including R.A.
The new facility is 47,545 sq. ft. with five pods with 16 double-occupancy units. Each pod will have its own common lounge with fireplace and kitchenette spaces with appliances. The building is designed to encourage students to be out of their rooms with space for interaction and collaboration.
Students from The Ohio State University and the North Central State College Regional Campus in Mansfield, Ohio share accommodation at Buckeye Village Apartments. The project is situated on land adjacent to the campus that the schools currently share.
Central State University commissioned University Housing Solutions to develop a new student housing complex. The site of the development is the old Wilberforce Campus and accommodates two 100-bed buildings along with parking for 200+ cars, and a new dining facility, while also providing ample campus green around the residential spaces.
In 2014 Cleary University commissioned UHS to develop new student apartments on the Livingston Campus in Howell, Michigan. The resulting design features one new building with a total of 84 new student beds in a mix of four and six bedroom apartment style units.