Bell Construction is coming down the final stretch as work on Tennessee State University’s (TSU) New Residence Hall prepare for Students in August. The modern 700-bed project was constructed to meet the unprecedented demand for students to live on campus. It also provides an invaluable housing option for students to live in the heart of Nashville given the high cost of rent. The new project is located South of TSU’s beautiful Campus near the intersection of Albion Street & 35th Avenue N.
Designed by Moody Nolan Architects, the new residence hall will provide amenities that are sure to enhance the student life experience. The well-appointed and constructed project includes multiple dining options paired with both indoor and outdoor seating. Each floor has common areas and study rooms with expansive views of Nashville and the surrounding TSU campus. There are also computer labs, gaming areas, a planned convenience store, ample laundry facilities, fitness center, and a 200-person event space.
There are a number of room configurations to meet the needs of students. There is a mix of pod double, pod single, RA single, 2-bedroom double semi suite, and apartment style residential rooms. There are also several apartment style rooms for faculty and visiting professors.
This is the newest residence hall built on the campus in 23 years according to Bell Construction. Bell also built the last residence hall on TSU’s campus. The design of the new Residence Hall feels solid and well thought out in both the interior and exterior. The concrete building frame is clad with brick masonry and features expansive windows throughout the façade. The interior is well appointed with high-end finishes well deserving of students embarking on their journey to higher education.
For all information and inquiries on TSU’s new residence hall, please contact the University directly or click the link to the University’s website here.
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