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Princeton University will build a housing complex for graduate students and post-docs in the new Meadows Neighborhood in West Windsor. This complex will consist of 379 housing units comprising three separate buildings at 329,000 GSF in total. The buildings will primarily be three stories tall, with small single-story portions used for a café and community center serving the complex. A series of portals will connect landscaped courtyards and outdoor amenities at the ground level, including a community garden, a play space, a volleyball court, and barbeque areas.
The Meadows Drive Garage will be a 5-tier parking garage intended to serve the shared parking needs of the Meadows Neighborhood as it grows over time. It is positioned north of Washington Road and allows drivers to park immediately upon entering the new campus. In its initial phase, the Garage will include 612 spaces for the graduate student residents of the Meadows Neighborhood, as well as parking for athletic events and visitors.
In The News
The Ferris Thompson Gate, which sits along Prospect Avenue, was restored in 2022 and reinstalled in January 2023. The project has received a 2024 Gold Award for Restoration in the Ernest Wiemann Top Job Contest held by the National Ornamental and…
Ron McCoy, University Architect, is a featured honoree at the upcoming 2024 Consortium for Sustainable Urbanization (CSU) Annual Gala.
Check out the video: New state-of-the-art facilities are coming online every few months that will support the University in research, teaching and campus life.
A virtual information session was held on Thursday, February 15th to share Princeton University’s Title V Air Operating Permit renewal application and the facilities covered under this application.
Princeton is using a new model for campus construction projects that partners large design and construction firms with smaller ones to help increase the number of businesses, including those that are diverse-owned, that have the needed experience and scale to bid on future capital projects at the University and elsewhere.
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