Faraday Hall

The 89,000-square-foot building is located at the intersection of Faraday, Grove and Lancaster streets. The building features air-conditioning, tech suites, a game room, and full wireless access. Faraday Hal;s design celebrates the work of Michael Faraday, a British scientist, chemist, physicist and philosopher (1791-1867). Faraday's work in the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry paved the way for the use of electricity in technology, and he discovered benzene and invented an early form of the Bunsen burner. The design incorporates images of circuitry. The facade facing Faraday Street displays the circuit board design.

Occupancy:

  • Singles: 130
  • Doubles: 62
  • 1 Person studios, 4 person suites (2 Singles, 1 Double)
  • Total Occupancy: 258

Features

  • Tech Suites
  • Game Room
  • Laundry
  • Kitchens in Suites
  • Common Rooms in Suite
  • Bathrooms in Suite
  • Dedicated parking next to building
  • Large secure courtard space

Faraday Hall

  • Faraday Hall Exterior

  • Faraday Hall Laundry Room

  • Faraday Hall Interior

  • Faraday Hall Interior

  • Faraday Hall Interior

  • Faraday Hall Interior

  • Faraday Hall Interior

 
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