Aggie Village Apartments
A major redevelopment project is taking shape for the Aggie Village apartments (located between Lake and Prospect streets on the South side of campus). The project is replacing 145 apartments constructed in 1960 with 973 new student beds on the 8.4 acre site. The $111 million redevelopment project is the largest ever undertaken at CSU and will provide an international housing community for upperclass undergraduate students in the Intercultural Connections Community, graduate students, and visiting scholars and post-docs. The project is scheduled for completion for Fall 2016. For additional details and artist renderings, visit the Aggie Village Apartments page.
Ingersoll Hall Renovation
The Ingersoll center section will undergo a major renovation in spring and summer of 2015 to open up the space and create new study, kitchen, and social spaces. Renovations will be completed for Fall 2015. For additional details and artist renderings, visit the Ingersoll Hall Renovation page.
Summit Hall: LEED GOLD Certified EBOM
Summit Hall is the first building on campus to receive LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for Existing Buildings, Opeerations & Maintenance (EBOM) certification. The EBOM system was developed for existing commercial and institutional buildings, and is applicable to building operations, processes, systems upgrades and minor space use changes and is targeted toward building owners and operators of the existing building.
Summit LEED EBOM page
Laurel Village is a state-of-the-art undergraduate housing facility that accommodates over 600 students in two residence halls. Construction of Alpine and Piñon halls was completed for the Fall 2014 semester. The Laurel Village project also included The Pavilion, a community building, that is the first building on campus to receive LEED Platinum certification. The project is located on the site of the former Lory Apartments, on the Northwest side of campus between Corbett Hall and the Durrell Center. For additional details and artist renderings, visit the Laurel Village page.