Csu fort collins | 42,600 SF / 61,000 SF | $15m / 15.8m
CSU Fort Collins | 42,600 SF / 61,000 SF | $15m / 15.8m
The Academic Village at Colorado State University is a new 3-building, $34.5 million student and faculty residential and dining campus that replaced outdated 1960s-era dormitories on the same site.
The Dining Commons is a marketplace-style dining facility that replaced and consolidated four older dormitory cafeterias, sited to create a large central courtyard to enhance student and faculty interaction. The 2-story, 42,600 sq. ft. facility was designed with a variety of “made-to-order” food venues on the second level, and a sports grille, express carry-out, administration and central storage on the main level, with an overall seating capacity of 700 students.
Aspen Hall is a 5-story, 219-bed on-campus residence hall, the second phase of the Academic Village student housing and dining complex. The 61,000 sq. ft. building included 219 student beds in 2-bed/1-bath and 4-bed/2-bath suite configurations, group study rooms, lounges, recreation, laundry and kitchen facilities, and meeting and office space for the Resident Life staff.