Panama City, Fla. — A public-private partnership between Zimmer Development Co. and Florida State University has opened Seminole Landing, a 346-bed residence hall on the university’s Panama City campus. The $23 million development is the university’s first on-campus housing, and offers a mix of one-, two- and four-bedroom fully furnished units. The 155,833-square-foot community features shared amenities including a coffee bar and lounge, a swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, study rooms and an academic success center. The project’s development team included general contractor Huffman & Company Construction; civil engineer Moore Bass; and Zyscovich Architects. Asset Living has been tapped the manage the property.