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Emory Graduate and Professional Student Housing

Emory University
A new graduate housing complex will promote student belonging and community while encouraging independence.
A street view of the Emory Graduate Housing with landscaping
Atlanta, GA
Phase 1: 283,000 GSF
LEED Silver (targeted)
Phase 1: 535 beds
Phase 2: 464 beds
Phase 1: 2024
Phase 2: Ongoing

In an effort to promote graduate student community and retention at Emory University, Ayers Saint Gross has designed a two-phased housing project specifically targeted toward graduate and professional students. The housing community, which includes a parking deck and a community center, will include 1,000 beds in a mixture of micro units, studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units, allowing students to select housing based on their preferences for size, price, and single versus double occupancy.

To facilitate a sense of community among graduate and professional students, there will be first-floor community areas including a fitness center, open study areas, and a kitchen.

This project is being delivered through a public-private partnership with American Campus Communities.

Designed to be consistent and reflective of the campus’s wooded context, the complex is centrally located on campus, within a 15-minute walk to all of Emory’s graduate academic programs, libraries, and labs, and accessible to a series of campus trails and public transportation.

Ayers Saint Gross, Architect of Record
American Campus Communities, Developer
Moody Nolan, Interior Architect
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