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Ann V. Nicholson Student Apartments

Built: 2002 | Type: student residences


  • Quick Facts
    • Ground-Breaking Ceremony: April 18, 2001
    • Structure Completion: August 2002
    • Cost: $21 million
    • Architect: Demarest & Associates Architects
    • Construction: Capstone Development Corporation
    • Funding: Over $160,000 of rebate funds from the Consumers Energy incentives program
    • Specifications: 176,000 sq. ft.; series of 6 three-story Tudor-style apartments capable of housing 459 students.
    • Namesake: Ann V. Nicholson and her husband James Nicholson, Meadow Brook Society donors to the university. Ann Nicholson served on the Board of Trustees for 16 years and acted in various administrative capacities on a number of committees.
  • History

Ann V. Nicholson was especially involved in service as Board Liaison of the student apartments development project on Oakland University's campus.  The student apartments provide junior and senior-level undergraduates with the opportunity to experience a quieter, more private life on campus in one of six fully-furnished apartments buildings at the very edge of the campus community.

For more information, visit Oakland University Student Apartments.


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Photos courtesy of the Oakland University Archives.

 

 


Created by Mariela Hristova / Updated on September 26, 2017 by Mariela Hristova

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