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May 17, 2019

Construction Award: Public Building
Over $100 million

Photso provided by Abbot Construction
The $192 million UW North Campus Housing project houses nearly 2,000 students and is 547,000 square feet.

UW North Campus Housing

Location: Seattle

General contractor: W. G. Clark Construction

Owner/developer: University of Washington

The University of Washington’s North Campus Housing Phase IV(a) is the largest phase of the master plan that reimagines the UW North Campus student-housing experience. It houses nearly 2,000 students in modern, amenity-packed spaces. The $192 million, 547,200-square-foot project includes Madrona, McCarty and Willow Halls. The three buildings hold double, triple and quad units with private baths, double and triple units with community baths, as well as efficiency, studio, one- and two- bedroom apartments. There are two acres of new dining and commercial catering facilities that serve the entire campus, extensive wood-clad gathering and lounge spaces, meeting and conference facilities, laundry facilities, indoor bike storage and music rooms. Wet lab and maker spaces in The McCarty Innovative Learning Lab also differentiate these residence halls. The project is slated for LEED Gold certification.

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