Bothell, Wash. — A public-private partnership between the University of Washington (UW) Bothell, Capstone Development Partners and Harrison Street has completed the development of Phase I of its on-campus Residential Village project. The initial phase of the project included the delivery of two new buildings: Summit Hall and Terrace Dining Pavilion. Summit Hall offers 380 beds of housing for first-year students in double-occupancy units, alongside 14,000 square feet of office space on the ground level for university enrollment services. The 15,000-square-foot dining pavilion seats 485 students and offers multiple dining options for students, as well as faculty and staff. Phase II of the development is currently under construction and will include a 300,000-square-foot residence hall offering 1,055 beds for undergraduate and graduate students. The project is anticipated for completion in summer 2024. The development team includes Mahlum Architects and Andersen Construction. Capstone Management Partners will provide operations and management services for the facilities in conjunction with UW Bothell’s residential life team.
P3 Completes Phase I of Residential Village at the University of Washington Bothell