The newest option for student housing at the Colorado School of Mines is complete! We were honored to be a part of this project, designing exceptional spaces in which these extraordinary students can live, learn, socialize and thrive. This university is renowned for its pursuit of excellence in science and engineering particularly as they relate to solving current energy and environmental challenges. Given this, it makes sense that this residence hall is the School of Mines and the City of Golden’s first LEED Platinum project. This distinction comes from the utilization of energy efficient heating and cooling systems as well as rooftop solar panels.
This project delivers 107 suite-style residential units (249 bedrooms) and 4000 SF of commercial space. Students will be able to take full advantage of a breadth of amenities including a fitness center, numerous indoor community spaces, as well as two outdoor courtyards, laundry facilities and a bike maintenance area.
To the first residents of 1750 Jackson: Welcome to your new home, and thank you in advance to all of you who will make this world a better place!
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