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Barnes and Marshall Halls

Towson University
Residence halls promote outdoor gathering and a sense of community for upper-class students in Towson’s West Village.
Students on the main brick walkway between Carroll and Marshall Halls
Towson, MD
327,000 GSF
700 Beds

Barnes and Marshall Halls are designed to attract and retain upper-class students in two residence halls totaling 700 beds. The towers work with an existing residence hall to form a significant outdoor open space for student interaction and gathering, incorporating a pedestrian path winding through the entire campus. The structures are designed with brick facades and apartment-style units. Both buildings house lounges on every floor, a community space, and a multipurpose room with a kitchen. Staff offices for the Housing and Residence Life Department were relocated to the north building. Green roofs, a geothermal heating and cooling system, and energy-saving measures helped to achieve a LEED Gold rating.

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