The University of Miami’s Centennial Village
Construction Progressing at The University of Miami’s Centennial Village
Construction crews are making progress at The University of Miami’s Centennial Village, the exterior walls are nearly complete. The development is the second phase of a multi-year plan to modernize campus housing, which will serve as a hallmark of the Coral Gables campus, and support the University’s efforts to competitively recruit top academic and athletic talent. This second phase begins with the complete replacement of Hecht Residential College followed by Stanford Residential College. In addition, the Hecht-Stanford Dining Hall will be replaced with a new facility integrated into the village. Made up of five residential colleges, Centennial Village will continue the successful First-Year Experience program with live-in faculty as well as professional and student staff who support and enhance the first-year experience. In addition to double rooms and an increased offering of single rooms, the new residential colleges will feature centrally located private bathrooms, shared resident lounges, as well as classrooms and other instructional space.
Photo: Bliss & Nyitray