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Georgia State Univeristy Village, Atlanta, GA

Atlanta International


Georgia Board of Regents


Niles Bolton Associates

Project size

USD $60 Million

Period of Performance


Responsible Project Phases

Planning, Design


Georgia State Univeristy Village, Atlanta, GA

Scope of Services

Retained by the design architects to provide a budget confirmation and detailed cost estimates for this project. The cost estimate developed by Williams/USC fell within 6% of the low bid. The project encompassed design of housing for the 1996 Olympic Games to be held in Atlanta, Georgia. Following completion of the Games, the housing will become the property of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, to be used as apartments for students attending the Georgia State University. The new facilities will provide for approximately two thousand student beds in four housing blocks on the site. The buildings range from six to seventeen floors and will provide 480 beds for freshman, 720 beds for undergraduates, 240 beds for special groups, and 560 beds for graduate students. In addition to the housing, the complex will incorporate underground parking decks for 800 vehicles; auxiliary retail services including food court, bookstore, grocery, bank, deli, dry cleaner, florist, and travel agency; student life center including gymnasium, saunas, spa and lockers; entertainment center; post office; and related facilities.

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