Costa Mesa, Calif. — A public-private partnership between Orange Coast College and Servitas has completed the construction of a $123 million residence hall on the college’s campus in Costa Mesa.
Named The Harbour, the 321,105-square-foot development offers 823 beds in 326 apartment-style, fully furnished units. Shared amenities at the property include study lounges on each floor, package lockers, bicycle storage, courtyards, on-site laundry and parking.
“Servitas is honored to deliver this historic residence hall for Orange Coast College that not only provides its students with on-campus housing for the first time, but also serves as a guide for many surrounding community colleges looking to offer student housing,” says Angel Rivera, senior vice president of development services at Servitas. “During the final month of construction, all teams faced many challenges due to COVID-19 including a Southern California Glaziers union labor strike.”
The project’s development team included Moss & Associates, HPI Architecture, MVE Architects, Design West Engineering, The Scion Group, Coastal Community College District and Brailsford & Dunlavey.