Murray State University Richmond Residential College

Murray State University Richmond Residential College

Size
Four Stories
79,900sf
270 Beds

Utilizing prototype methodology, Luckett & Farley collaborated with MSU for the design of a new four-story, 270-bed student housing facility located on campus.

This facility consists of a mixture of single, two-bed semi-private, and four-bed private suites. Laundry facilities are included on each floor along with student lounges, vending and kitchen spaces. Double-height meeting rooms are located on the first floor as well as College Head and Resident Director’s apartments.

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