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Jefferson Suites

University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Student housing creates a welcoming and active living-learning environment.
Exterior view of the entry sequence of Jefferson Suites and the University of North Carolina at...
Greensboro, NC
168,000 GSF
400 beds
LEED Silver

Ayers Saint Gross is the master planner and housing designer for three phases of housing, each with 400 beds. As part of phase I implementation, Ayers Saint Gross designed an ideal living-learning environment for the 168,000 GSF hall. The hall’s design and landscape create an active public plaza, as well as a gateway into an interior courtyard that provides intimate outdoor space for residents. The ground floor includes a cafeteria, post office, marketplace, recreation space, and a multi-purpose space with adjacent kitchen, classrooms, conference rooms, offices, laundry and a staff apartment. This mix of activities improves campus life by promoting interaction among students. Completed with Clark Nexsen as architect of record.

Clark Nexsen - Architect of Record
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