Georgia Tech to Break Ground on $117 Million Residence Hall Project

by Katie Sloan

Atlanta — The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents has approved a $117 million residence hall development on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta. The 191,000-square-foot community will offer 850 beds alongside collaborative learning spaces, community lounges and group kitchens.

The project is being built to accommodate first-year student enrollment growth over the next 10 years, and to help relocate students during planned renovations to the university’s existing housing.

“This will be Tech’s first new construction since 2005, when 10th and Home opened to accommodate our growing graduate and family student populations,” says Kasey Helton, associate vice president for Campus Services.

“We are excited about being able to further accommodate our first-year students and paving the way for important improvements on our aging residential inventory, while maintaining affordability and offering a compelling and supportive residential experience.” Completion on the project is scheduled for fall 2026. 

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