Student housing boom at University of Washington

Sept. 17, 2012
School is spending $201 million to provide more on-campus living options

From The Seattle Times: The University of Washington is in the midst of a $201 million residence-hall building boom that is remaking the southwest side of Seattle campus. The work is bringing thousands of new rooms and apartments, a grocery store and a fitness center, and eventually even an urban farm. The university has has a longstanding demand for more campus housing, but had let the private sector pick up the slack with apartments or houses in and around the neighborhood.

Sponsored Recommendations