Brasfield & Gorrie Completes New Residence Hall at UF’s Innovation Square

In addition to student residences, Infinity Hall in Gainesville, Fla., includes team meeting rooms, an entertainment room, flexible spaces to support the university’s entrepreneurship programs, a resident apartment and a maintenance shop. In addition to student residences, Infinity Hall in Gainesville, Fla., includes team meeting rooms, an entertainment room, flexible spaces to support the university’s entrepreneurship programs, a resident apartment and a maintenance shop.

Gainesville, Fla. — Brasfield & Gorrie has completed construction of Infinity Hall, a new residence hall located at the University of Florida’s Innovation Square in Gainesville.

The new live-learn community has opened to students for the fall semester. With a capacity to accommodate more than 300 residents, the facility’s four floors of residence suites include eight single rooms, 16 single-suite rooms, 48 double-suite rooms and 20 four-person-suite rooms.

The facility also includes team meeting rooms, an entertainment room, flexible spaces to support the university’s entrepreneurship programs, a resident apartment and a maintenance shop.

Infinity Hall was privately developed by Signet Development in partnership with the university’s Department of Housing and Residence Education. Specifically designed for students interested in entrepreneurship, the community aims to expose students to the startup community, local entrepreneurs and CEOs.

Serving as construction manager-at-risk, Brasfield & Gorrie partnered with developer and owner Signet Development and architect Perkins+Will on the $15.9 million construction project. The team broke ground in 2014 and completed the project on schedule.

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