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Corvias has completed three new, on-campus residential buildings at North Carolina Central University in Durham.

NCCU Enrollment Growth Spurs New Three-Building Residential Complex

Corvias has completed the development of three new, on-campus residential buildings at North Carolina Central University in Durham.

The George Street Residence Complex, Lawson Street Residence Complex and Alston Avenue Apartments increase NCCU’s housing inventory to by 1,200 beds to 3,300 and accommodate the university’s consistent growth in enrollment.

The project included more than 60% engagement of qualified subcontractors that are local, minority-owned business enterprises and historically underutilized businesses — a record high for the University of North Carolina System.

The George Street complex includes semi-suite units, while Lawson Street complex is comprised of apartment-style units and a 7,300-square-foot dining facility. The units in the Alston Avenue Apartments each feature four single bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a full kitchen. Amenities include a computer station, multi-purpose room, lounges, trash room with recycling and vending machines.

Corvias manages an on-campus student housing portfolios that serves 20,000 students across 15 colleges and universities across the US.

Photo: George Street Residence Complex

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