ACC, University of Illinois at Chicago Break Ground on 550-Bed Living/Learning Community

Work is currently underway on a two-building, living/learning community at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The property is being developed through a public-private partnership with ACC. Work is currently underway on a two-building, living/learning community at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The property is being developed through a public-private partnership with ACC.

Chicago — ACC and the University of Illinois at Chicago have broken ground on a living/learning community composed of a two-story academic classroom building and a 10-story undergraduate residence hall.

The residence hall will offer 550 beds in a mix of traditional dorm rooms and suite-style units. Shared amenities will include 16,000 square feet of shared spaces including lounges for studying and student interaction, offices, laundry rooms, a fitness center, 10th-floor sky lounge and 1,600 square feet of retail space. The academic component of the project includes 51,000 square feet of classroom space, including three large tiered “turn-to-team” lecture halls, active learning classrooms, several small group study rooms, a tutoring center and collaboration spaces. The $100 million development was designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz, and will be delivered in July 2019. 

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