temple housing 4c
Temple University, Student Housing Towers Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:896,000 Square Feet, 2,000 Beds
  • Total Cost:Estimated $132 Million
  • Completion Date:n/a

Kimmel Bogrette designed a new complex that would house 2,000 students in two towers at the gateway to Temple University’s main campus. The project includes a variety of suite-style and regular student apartment units, as well as a series of two-story common spaces that will serve four floors each. This “North Star at Temple” project also included 75,000 square feet of retail space on the ground level, as well as 40,000 square feet of dining options on the second floor of the complex. Designed as a fitting Gateway to Temple’s campus from the south side, the project would give Temple a dramatic new signature skyline of its own, punctuated by a solar-powered beacon that shines from a mast on the top of the tallest tower.

temple housing 1c
Temple University, Student Housing Towers Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:896,000 Square Feet, 2,000 Beds
  • Total Cost:Estimated $132 Million
  • Completion Date:n/a

Kimmel Bogrette designed a new complex that would house 2,000 students in two towers at the gateway to Temple University’s main campus. The project includes a variety of suite-style and regular student apartment units, as well as a series of two-story common spaces that will serve four floors each. This “North Star at Temple” project also included 75,000 square feet of retail space on the ground level, as well as 40,000 square feet of dining options on the second floor of the complex. Designed as a fitting Gateway to Temple’s campus from the south side, the project would give Temple a dramatic new signature skyline of its own, punctuated by a solar-powered beacon that shines from a mast on the top of the tallest tower.

temple housing 2c
Temple University, Student Housing Towers Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:896,000 Square Feet, 2,000 Beds
  • Total Cost:Estimated $132 Million
  • Completion Date:n/a

Kimmel Bogrette designed a new complex that would house 2,000 students in two towers at the gateway to Temple University’s main campus. The project includes a variety of suite-style and regular student apartment units, as well as a series of two-story common spaces that will serve four floors each. This “North Star at Temple” project also included 75,000 square feet of retail space on the ground level, as well as 40,000 square feet of dining options on the second floor of the complex. Designed as a fitting Gateway to Temple’s campus from the south side, the project would give Temple a dramatic new signature skyline of its own, punctuated by a solar-powered beacon that shines from a mast on the top of the tallest tower.

temple hosing 5c
Temple University, Student Housing Towers Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:896,000 Square Feet, 2,000 Beds
  • Total Cost:Estimated $132 Million
  • Completion Date:n/a

Kimmel Bogrette designed a new complex that would house 2,000 students in two towers at the gateway to Temple University’s main campus. The project includes a variety of suite-style and regular student apartment units, as well as a series of two-story common spaces that will serve four floors each. This “North Star at Temple” project also included 75,000 square feet of retail space on the ground level, as well as 40,000 square feet of dining options on the second floor of the complex. Designed as a fitting Gateway to Temple’s campus from the south side, the project would give Temple a dramatic new signature skyline of its own, punctuated by a solar-powered beacon that shines from a mast on the top of the tallest tower.

temple housing 3c
Temple University, Student Housing Towers Philadelphia, PA
  • Client:
  • Size:896,000 Square Feet, 2,000 Beds
  • Total Cost:Estimated $132 Million
  • Completion Date:n/a

Kimmel Bogrette designed a new complex that would house 2,000 students in two towers at the gateway to Temple University’s main campus. The project includes a variety of suite-style and regular student apartment units, as well as a series of two-story common spaces that will serve four floors each. This “North Star at Temple” project also included 75,000 square feet of retail space on the ground level, as well as 40,000 square feet of dining options on the second floor of the complex. Designed as a fitting Gateway to Temple’s campus from the south side, the project would give Temple a dramatic new signature skyline of its own, punctuated by a solar-powered beacon that shines from a mast on the top of the tallest tower.

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