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Student Housing University housing demands have evolved and a successful project is increasingly defined by remarkable residential experiences. The quality of residential life has become a key differentiator for recruiting and retaining students and faculty for institutions with national and global reach.
Mixed-Use Residential Our approach is to work with you from day one to understand and interpret the impression you wish to leave on the surrounding community. A new building is a chance to stand out among the growing urban landscape. We seek to merge your vision with the surrounding context and explore these possibilities.
University of California, Los Angeles Hitch Student Residences LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA The recently renovated Hitch Student Residences, located
The project site was reimagined by utilizing sloped walkways
on the northwest edge of campus, is a complex of four
combined with new landscaping to mitigate the existing
three-story residential buildings organized around a series
hillside topography that connect a series of courtyards and
of courtyards and a new commons building with shared
outdoor areas. Improvements to the site and recreation
amenities and meeting spaces. The renovation project was
facilities help to bolster the sense of community for the
conceived to address accessibility and life-safety deficiencies,
including seismic strengthening of the existing structures and inclusion of fire protection systems. The project also provided the opportunity to update the exterior image and energy performance of the buildings by providing a new â€œskinâ€? as well as updating the interior spaces with new finishes. The existing outdated commons building was replaced with a new building that provides support functions for the Hitch community including study areas, offices, laundry facilities, vending, and a multipurpose space that includes a display kitchen.
Today, the complex has been transformed into a memorable and socially vibrant environment for future generations of students. Each suite has two bedrooms, a bathroom and a living room. In addition to the renovation, new courtyard and recreation spaces were developed, along with a new commons building that houses a community kitchen and multipurpose rooms. The new design capitalizes on views to the neighboring mountains and ocean, creating a unique student environment and a haven from the remainder of the urban campus.
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Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, Highland Hall IN ASSOCIATION WITH LEGORRETA+LEGORRETA STANFORD, CALIFORNIA Highland Hall is the newest residence hall for Stanford’s
A series of interconnected courtyards and arrival spaces link
Graduate School of Business (GSB) and includes 200 suite-
the two buildings. The goal is to house the entire first year
style bedroom units. Designed by Steinberg and Legorreta +
MBA program in one central location to allow for interaction,
Legorreta, the building’s wings, ranging from one-story to four-
bonding, networking, and a cohesive sense of camaraderie.
story, are arranged around three courtyards, each of which
In addition to graduate students, the building will also house
has its own personality and character. Situated adjacent
GSB’s executive program, which houses 60 executives during
to the existing Schwab Residence Hall, also designed by
the academic year and as many as 200 in the summer.
Steinberg and Legorreta + Legorreta, the concept for the new building incorporates the vocabulary of Schwab.
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University of California, Santa Barbara Santa Cruz Hall Renovation SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA Steinberg addressed the programmatic needs and improved
This renovation is in response to new building codes, life
the usability, functionality, and social interactions within the
safety issues, improving energy efficiencies, and upgrading
Santa Cruz residence community. Renovations consisted of
interior finishes while enhancing student life and interaction.
the lobby, formal lounge, recreation room, TV Lounge, and
The building has 216 dormitory rooms for approximately 579
the secondary lounges in resident wings. Particular focus
residents connected by a central common area. The site is
was placed on generating greater flexibility and quality of
located on the south side of campus adjacent to other housing.
materials to create a more inviting and vibrant sense of place and activity.
Certified LEED Gold (2015)
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California State University, Fullerton Student Housing & Dining FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA The California State University (CSU), Fullerton, Student Housing Phase III was the first project within the CSU system to achieve LEED Platinum certification. Student socialization is enhanced within this six building complex which combines living, social, and recreational spaces. The basic building block is a 24-student living space with social recreation and quiet study spaces. Outside, a piazza teems with activity from the surrounding housing, classrooms, multipurpose rooms, and dining venues. A light-filled dining hall anchors the complex and serves as a community destination. This project was completed four months ahead of schedule, allowing the University to utilize the facility for Summer conferences. The approach to sustainability is holistic, encompassing every aspect of the student experience. These elements include infrastructure enhancements such as rooftop photovoltaics and a centerpiece fountain that operates only when the campus is hitting water-savings goals, as well as elements that encourage sustainable behaviors, such as 900 secure bike parking spaces located just steps from student housing.
Certified LEED Platinum (2012)
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New Mexico State University, Chamisa Village Student Housing LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO The design of Chamisa Village, Phase II completes the existing
The design and completion of Phase II defines and helps
housing community and provides New Mexico State University
unify the existing landscape of the campus which responds
an opportunity to further establish their identity within the
to the natural elements and views of the surrounding Organ
New Mexico landscape. This attractive 127,000 SF residential
Mountains. Contextually relevant colors and materials have
complex of 2- and 4-bedroom housing units is set among
been integrated into the design to maintain a cohesive feel
beautifully landscaped desert courtyards.
within the University. The architectural language reflects and responds to the constraints of the site, while providing a
In addition to providing the campus with an additional 282
contemporary style upgrade to the campus.
beds, Steinberg designed uniquely programmed courtyards and exterior social space to help realize the Universityâ€™s goal of creating a place where students and faculty can gather, converse, share knowledge, and enjoy their surroundings. Located adjacent to a large surface parking lot, the design of a landscaped entry point will transform the new LEED Gold facility into a public gateway to the campus.
Certified LEED Gold (2012)
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA The AMP Lofts project is a seven-story project consisting of
Building upon the culturally layered area, the project
320 live/work units above 20,000 SF of ground-floor retail
incorporates pieces of the siteâ€™s history such as the signage
in the heart of downtown Los Angelesâ€™ Arts District. Catering
from the original tenant, Amp Automotive, after which the
to the sophisticated artist community of the area, the dog-
project is named. Original brickwork will be reclaimed and
friendly complex includes a large commercial courtyard with
used throughout. A bowstring truss from the demolished
outdoor seating, as well as upscale amenities such as a gym,
structure will be re-imagined to form the roof of the
pool, sauna, a Clubhouse, and Workshop. There are also two
Clubhouse. The live/work units, ranging from studios to three-
below-grade levels of parking for approximately 420 parking
bedrooms, have an industrial palette with exposed ducts and
spaces. The 5,000 SF Clubhouse, a hub for residents to co-
polished concrete floors for a factory-like look and feel.
work and co-mingle, will incorporate a lobby, business center, and leasing office. The 5,000 SF Workshop, an industrial space for creation and fabrication, can be rented out by residents, whether to tune a bicycle or weld a DIY project.
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The Avalon at Carson
CARSON, CALIFORNIA The Avalon at Carson is a luxury mixed-use residential community that prioritizes health, wellness, and community. Located on a 5.5 acre site across the street from Carson City Hall, at the intersection of Avalon Boulevard and Carson Street, the project consists of two mid-rise structures with 357 apartment units and 30,700 SF of ground floor retail space and a 10,000 SF Public Plaza. The building form and layout shapes a variety of public and semi-public open spaces and paseos, creating an active and socially engaging environment that enhances the concept of community. The Avalon project is accompanied by The Avalon Specific Plan that was custom tailored to fit the vision of the project into the site.
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SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA This new 230-unit residential development sits at the edge of downtown San Jose and an existing residential area. Wrapping around a corner, the building fronts three streets. Live/work studios, fitness center, Wi-Fi cafe, and gallery are located along the commercial street and activate that facade. Oneand two bedroom units are located along the two residential streets. The development is seven stories at its highest point, and drops back to the equivalent of two stories in the back, preserving light and reducing height for the neighbors. Parking for cars, motorbikes, and bicycles is provided underground. The enclosed outdoor plaza includes a pool and spa, water features, seating areas, and a barbecue.
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3033 Wilshire Boulevard
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Sited on Los Angeles’s historic Wilshire Boulevard, this contemporary high-rise will add 190 new residential units to the area between LA’s Koreatown and Westlake neighborhoods. The apartments range from studios to 2BD/2BA luxury penthouse spaces—all atop 5,500 SF of ground-level retail and amenities and four levels of abovegrade parking. The design employs glass as the primary skin element. The protruding decks change size as they move up the building, creating a fluid appearance across the facade. The pool deck and primary resident amenities will be located on the roof with 360° views to downtown LA, the Hollywood Hills, and the Pacific Ocean.
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Urban Mixed-Use Tower UNDISCLOSED, CALIFORNIA The 19-story, 151-unit residential building provides a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom flats and penthouses with 6,000 SF retail on the ground level. Parking is accommodated by three-and-one-half levels above grade and three levels below grade.
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UNDISCLOSED, CALIFORNIA The 15-story mixed-use Type I residential and retail building consisting of 90 luxury apartment units, 5,100 SF of retail, four levels of above-grade parking, and resident amenities on the skydeck and podium levels.
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