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The 353,300-square-foot project was designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, which also designed the L-Block that opened at the Progress Campus in October 2010. The design features a blend of residential, teaching and event space that promises to make the mixed-use building a popular destination. The residence will feature two- and four-bedroom suites, allowing a private bedroom for every resident and a bathroom and kitchen in each suite. There will also be communal kitchens, lounge space, a yoga studio and movie screening room where students can gather together.
The striking building concept takes the shape of a quadrangle with a central courtyard to allow natural light to reach all of the residence rooms. The Culinary Arts Centre includes seven kitchen labs, a teaching restaurant, cafe and eight new classrooms with capacity for up to 600 students. The conference and events centre located on the top floor will accommodate up to 425 guests. The building will be LEED Silver-certified with a focus on sustainable “green” practices as they apply to the hospitality industry.
Total Students 38000
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