Luxury living in Boston University's new residence hall

Sept. 2, 2009
Amenities at 960-student facility amaze parents and students

From The Boston Globe: From the 26th floor of Boston’s newest high-rise, residents are treated to a sweeping view encompassing the Bunker Hill monument, the gilded dome of the State House, the majestic Harbor Islands, and the jets alighting and ascending from the distant airport. This is not the penthouse suite of a four-star hotel or a luxury condominium. It’s the common room of a Boston University residence hall, perhaps the most opulent student housing to ever grace the local college landscape. The 960-bed building has suites of singles and doubles, with elegantly furnished common rooms, large private baths, walk-in closets, and floor-length mirrors.

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