Construction: Uaxaca Hall
Construction of Uaxaca Hall started in the Fall of 2017. Uaxaca Hall on the campus of San Diego State University has a total construction budget of $130,000,000. Uaxaca Hall will include housing for more than 800 students, along with a market and coffee component that will serve the Uaxaca Hall and Chapultepec Hall.
Located on the west side of the San Diego State University campus off Remington Road and 55th Street Uaxaca Hall is surrounded by Chapultepec Hall, Tony Gwynn Stadium, Aztec Aquaplex, Aztec Recreational Center, and Viejas Arena. Uaxaca Hall will provide additional housing options to incoming students on the west side of campus. Demand for on-campus housing remains high and research shows that students who live on campus have higher GPAs and graduate faster than their peers.
Uaxaca Hall offers double and triple occupancy rooms, and apartments for the residential education staff. The Hall includes multipurpose rooms, faculty offices, study areas, lounges, and a community kitchen. Student amenities include 24-hour front desk security, a mail room, indoor bike storage, laundry facilities, trash and recycling chutes, and outdoor courtyard space to enjoy the San Diego weather.
The project consists of 205,000 gross square footage of residential, outdoor, and market space. This includes 170,000 interior square feet, 4,300 square feet Market/Coffee component, and a 3,850 square feet community center.
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