Instead of extending the main campus street through the center of this residential complex, a central green was created that is perfect for Frisbee and touch football, and not so perfect for cars. This LEED Gold 608-bed residential complex consists of three buildings that are scaled to create small communities with connection zones open to the larger world. Common/social/study spaces range from window-walled ‘fishbowls’ to inviting central rooms with fireplaces and full-service kitchens for dinner parties, mini-lectures and late-night discussions. The apartment style residences offer full-service kitchens, living rooms and private bedrooms. The exterior palette utilizes the brick and metal panel architecture established on the campus – adding a bit of a contemporary twist. Connecting the dots between living and learning, the sustainable complex creates new views and new opportunities to experience campus life.