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THE WATERFRONT

Campus Student Life

Designed to fit within the heart of the historic Langdon Neighborhood, the Waterfront redevelopment encompasses three buildings, including two existing and one newly constructed. The new primary building consists of a seven story, 71 unit residential student housing project designed to blend the best of modern housing with the character of the surrounding historic district. This project features underground parking for cars, bikes & mopeds, energy efficient & green building techniques, several levels of rooftop terraces, and a carefully designed street level massing.

The renovations at the existing 37 unit Cliff Dwellers building included front façade upgrades and the addition of well-defined building entry to make the building more attractive. The existing though-the-wall air conditioning sleeves were removed and replaced with a concealed system. The rear façade was renovated and the existing balcony replaced with a lighter glass façade and French balconies. Interior renovations included all new floors, plumbing fixtures, wall finishes, lighting, cabinetry and counter tops.

The historic building at 150 Langdon building was also renovated, including both exterior façade and interior improvements. The exterior masonry was cleaned and tuck-pointed, windows repaired or replaced, and the original building entries and or window openings re-installed. Interior renovations included new floor and wall finishes, replacement of inappropriate doors, casing and trim, and restoration of the entry and entry stairway.