Campus Student Life
The project consists of 65 apartments. The building is designed to fit within the immediate context defined by a mix of educational and residential uses on the University of Wisconsin campus. The well-detailed exterior uses a combination of brick, metal siding and composite metal siding to reflect the residential use and institutional setting.
The building has eight stories of housing over one and one-half parking levels. An elevator penthouse and stairway project above the eighth level and provide access to a common room and roof terrace for the residential tenants.
The exterior open space of the development provides attractive private and public areas for the residents and guests. A substantial entry plaza is provided along Dayton Street that emphasizes the entrance to the building and expands the public Dayton Street streetscape. Each apartment has access to a private patio or balcony. In addition, a common roof terrace provides residents with an outdoor gathering area with expansive views to Camp Randall, the University, and the State Capitol.