Campus and Development Issues
Daytime Rendering courtesy of DIALOG Architects and Campus and Community Planning
The bus loop is changing! To vitalize the edge of campus, and provide housing for hordes of new students, the Walter Gage residences are expanding. The Gage South residence will be an integrated structure housing 630 student beds in 4 interconnected towers. The bus exchange will form the base aka no more long walks from residence to the bus loop.
Phase 1 Rendering Courtesy of Acton Ostry Architects
Brock Commons is pushing innovation. Not only will it be one of the tallest mass timber buildings in the world (yay, sustainability!), it will also be the first residence on campus to experiment with micro-studios.
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Image courtesy of MJMA and Acton Ostry Architects
While we may miss naps on the concrete slabs of the current Aquatic Centre, that big ol’ construction site by the bus loop is giving us a way more prestigious facility. Not a swimmer? Take advantage of the 30-person hot tub, swing rope and “lazy river”.