University of Dayton Caldwell Street

Student Housing

Project Overview

Heapy designed the Mechanical-Electrical systems for the University of Dayton’s new student housing. The $25 million development adds apartment-style residential units near Caldwell and Brown Streets. The project redeveloped six acres and created five apartment buildings for 427 upperclassmen and some international students.
The apartments have a townhouse-style facade with the same amenities and architectural features—arches, overhangs, gable and dormers—common to houses in the adjacent student neighborhood. A courtyard connects the five buildings.

The project received the Excellence in Construction Eagle Award in 2013.

Details:

COST
$25,000,000

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Thought Content

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