Final design and construction of an approximately 36,400 square foot residence hall at the LCC main campus, north of the existing residence hall. The new two-story residence hall would include approximately 20,000 square feet of assignable residential living area, 2,000 square feet of community spaces, and 4,000 square feet of building support, along with outdoor walkway areas covered by the roof. The project also includes the demolition/relocation or reconfiguration of existing parking, pedestrian walkways and a basketball court to accommodate the new building. A new 40,000 gallon water storage tank would be located adjacent to the relocated parking to expand existing storage for fire flows and residence hall needs.
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Residential (Residence Hall)(Units 65, Acres 2)
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