The $9 million project will add 200 beds to the campus inventory.
Paxton, Mass. — Construction has topped out for a new 200-bed residence hall on the campus of Anna Maria College in Paxton. The $9 million project includes the construction of a three-story, 65,000-square-foot building. The residence hall will house sophomores and juniors in suite-style units, with each suite containing six students in single- and double-occupancy bedrooms. The first floor will contain a large community room and the upper two floors will contain additional study, lounge and laundry areas. Completion is slated for this fall. Worcester, Mass.-based Cutler Associates is providing design/build services.
— Coleman Wood