Tiger Village, a 77,000-square-foot, three-story residence hall at South Georgia College, Douglas, Ga., was designed with a masonry facade using two tones of buff brick that match surrounding campus buildings.
A grand entry lobby features a large, open staircase that connects all three levels of the $9.1 million residence hall. The two-story lobby includes a second-floor mezzanine that opens onto a balcony overlooking the courtyard. Common areas are situated in the building's center wing.
The residential living suites include two floor plans: a 978-square-foot suite with four single-occupied bedrooms, two bathrooms and a common living area; and a 406-square-foot semi-suite with two single-occupied bedrooms and one bathroom.
The architect for this project is Lord, Aeck & Sargent (Atlanta).