Freshman Housing Village

Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Phase 1:Turman Hall
Completion: 2007
Cost: $10.9 million
Size: 44,000 GSF
Awards: 2009 University Business Magazine Dorm of Distinction
LEED: Certified Silver
Phase 2: Few & Evans Hall
Completion: 2008
Cost: $28.6 million
Size: 110,000 GSF
Awards: 2011 Atlanta Business Chronicle LEED Showcase Award
LEED: Certified Gold
Phase 3: Longstreet-Means Hall
Completion: 2010
Cost: $31.3 million
Size: 138,000 GSF (includes 24K GSF of parking)
LEED: Certified Gold

Ayers Saint Gross planned and designed a residential village of six buildings to replace and consolidate all first-year housing at Emory University. This campus neighborhood of 1,240 beds enriches the freshman experience by providing shared spaces to encourage friendships among the students. The buildings take advantage of rainwater harvesting and recycling of graywater for toilet flushing and irrigation to offer lessons in sustainability. Students can track rates of energy and water consumption on display monitors in the common spaces.

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