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Transforming the Merrimack Campus

North Residential Village

Architects: PROCON, Manchester, New Hampshire
Occupancy: Fall 2015

Houses 6 and 7 are adjacent two- to three-story townhouse-style residences comprising approximately 170 beds. Typical units consist of two- and three-bedroom suites, a common area and two full bathrooms. Students have access to three community spaces for studying and programming as well as a common laundry room. House 6 is home to the Sanctuary coffeehouse, which serves the entire campus. House 7 has an honors lounge that serves the building’s living-learning honors community.

 

Short description

Houses 6 and 7 are adjacent two- to three-story townhouse-style residences comprising approximately 170 beds. 

  • View of the residences from Austin Hall.
    View of the residences from Austin Hall.
  • An inviting portico with Adirondack chairs is a great space for studying, relaxing or people watching.
    An inviting portico with Adirondack chairs is a great space for studying, relaxing or people watching.
  • Bedrooms are spacious and cozy places to gather.
    Bedrooms are spacious and cozy places to gather.
    Copyright 2017 Tom Kates
  • The Sanctuary coffeehouse in Building 6 is a popular gathering spot for students and employees.
    The Sanctuary coffeehouse in Building 6 is a popular gathering spot for students and employees.
    Copyright 2017 Tom Kates
  • A plaza between the two residence halls beckons students to relax and linger.
    A plaza between the two residence halls beckons students to relax and linger.
  • A beautiful fall day on the plaza.
    A beautiful fall day on the plaza.