CSU Summit Hall

Fort Collins

Project Features 

Multi-Family Housing, Higher Education, State of Colorado Contract, Ground Up, Occupied

Owner 

Colorado State University

Project Description 

Colorado State University's first new residence hall since 1967 began in the Spring of 2003 and is a 118,000 gross sf, 535-bed facility. The project is the first phase of a housing master plan that will bring all of CSU's dorms up to date and help the university solve its recent on-campus housing crunch.

The 175 suites are comprised of one, two, or three-person suites, with one restroom in each suite. The four-story structure includes common spaces and support spaces on the lower and basement levels for laundry, vending, common gathering areas, and administrative spaces. The lower level is designed as a garden level with natural light.

Landscaping takes up approximately 45% of the site and includes picnic areas, recreational areas, intimate and informal areas, and circulation, with vehicle parking for 260 and bicycle parking for 400.

Architect

alm2s

Size

118,000 Sq. Ft.

175 Units

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