Facilities Planning/Capital Projects
Holloway Hall

Sea Gull Square


LEED Silver Certified

Overview | Site Plan | Sustainability Notes | Construction Photos | Aerial Photos

Purpose:

  • To create a mixed use retail/living facility that will both benefit the campus and the surrounding community.
  • The retail portion will include tenants appropriate to and conducive with this important campus and civic location.
  • The residential portion will support the academic mission of the university by providing a first class on-campus, 605 bed, living/learning/student community facility.

Noteworthy:

  • Developer: Seagull Square Development, LLC
  • Project Cost: $45M
  • Retail Area: 23,000 gsf
  • Residential Area: 207,000 gsf
  • Total Beds: 605
  • Construction Start Date: January, 2010
  • Completion Date: July, 2011

Features:

  • Apartment style housing; each apartment with its own washer/dryer, dishwasher, and central HVAC heating/cooling unit
  • Security cameras and emergency phones will be strategically located throughout
    • Entrance to residential areas by authorized Gull Card only
  • The project is designed to achieve LEED Silver certification. Bicycle storage integrated into building to encourage “green” transportation
  • Building design to both encourage student community and maintain building security
  • All five floors will be ADA accessible
  • Student community spaces such as lounges, large exercise room, large classroom, and study rooms
  • Gull Card operated vending room
  • Gull Card laundry room for large items
  • Wet sprinkler fire protection system throughout the building
  • Lighting with multi-level switching or motion sensors to conserve energy
  • Building supply of fresh air via central roof mounted units that also heat/cool the common areas

Exterior:

  • Five story building with brick exterior and roof profiles to match current TETC and Perdue School (under construction) buildings
  • Coordinated exterior signage, awnings and street furniture
  • Civic courtyard on South Salisbury Boulevard with ornamental fountain
  • Clock tower facing civic courtyard & South Salisbury Boulevard
  • Student courtyard area facing the main campus
  • Trash and recycling areas to serve both retail and residential use
  • Large new green mall area at location of current Maintenance Building

 

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