The Douthit Hills Development is one of the largest student housing projects in higher education. Ayers Saint Gross led the planning and design of seven new residence halls and a student commons along the primary gateway to Clemson’s campus. The project stretches nearly a quarter of a mile, with 980 apartment-style beds for upperclass students and 782 beds for first-year students. The precinct is anchored by a commons, known as the Hub, that serves as a vibrant center of campus life, with retail and board dining, recreation facilities, a bookstore, and offices. The project was completed with The Boudreaux Group and Clark Nexsen.
The Ayers Saint Gross-designed $212.7 million Douthit Hills project will provide a home for more than 1,600 students and include a new bookstore, a student center, restaurants, a dining hall, plus other amenities.
Live action shot of the construction site of our seven new residence halls and a student union at Clemson University.