Haggin Hall

University of Kentucky
LEED Silver Certified Registered

Haggin Hall at night with breathtaking views of central campus.

Haggin Hall at night with breathtaking views of central campus.



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Central Campus Residence Halls

Haggin Hall is continuation of the Central Campus Residence Halls development at the heart of campus. The facility houses 396 students and includes K-Lair with outside eating and gathering spaces.

The five story building offers a mix of double occupancy semi-suite units and private two-bedroom suites interspersed with living learning community spaces, meeting and study rooms, and social gathering spaces. The residence hall includes a community kitchen, high tech laundry facilities, and a two-story entry lobby. The living environment is enhanced with work by local Kentucky artists scattered throughout the lobbies and public spaces. A cupola sits overtop the main entrance and is equipped with U.K. blue lighting that will shine on special occasions. The residence hall incorporates the latest technologies including wireless internet and satellite television to enhance the living experience for today’s modern students.

The residence hall offers multiple social spaces with views throughout central campus. The building incorporates a pedestrian outdoor walk-thru which aligns with the courtyard / amphitheater at the adjacent to Lyman T. Johnson and Donovan residence halls and reinforces the pedestrian pathways from central campus to the new academic building under construction adjacent to Haggin Hall I.

Haggin Hall I is targeted to receive LEED Silver certification and bike racks are scattered throughout the site to encourage sustainability.

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The Louisville Metro Housing Authority and the City of Louisville will break ground Friday, March 29, on Phase I of the Beecher Terrace Revitalization. Phase I includes a single, four-story building with 117 units designed specifically for seniors.

As part of a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Choice Neighborhoods Initiative Implementation Grant, the new Beecher Terrace will be transformed into a sustainable, walkable, and amenity-rich community. When complete it will offer over 600 units of affordable housing. The buildings reflect the character of nearby neighborhoods while maintaining their heritage and identity.

The entire redevelopment is pursuing U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and USGBC Kentucky LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED ND) and Enterprise Green Community certification.

Sherman Carter Barnhart has worked with the Louisville Metro Housing Authority for over 25 years, and we are proud to be a partner with McCormack Baron Companies on the Beecher Terrace Revitalization.
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The Louisville Metro Housing Authority and the City of Louisville will break ground Friday, March 29, on Phase I of the Beecher Terrace Revitalization. Phase I includes a single, four-story building with 117 units designed specifically for seniors.  As part of a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 
Choice Neighborhoods Initiative Implementation Grant, the new Beecher Terrace will be transformed into a sustainable, walkable, and amenity-rich community. When complete it will offer over 600 units of affordable housing. The buildings reflect the character of nearby neighborhoods while maintaining their heritage and identity. 
The entire redevelopment is pursuing U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and USGBC Kentucky LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED ND) and Enterprise Green Community certification.  Sherman Carter Barnhart has worked with the Louisville Metro Housing Authority for over 25 years, and we are proud to be a partner with McCormack Baron Companies on the Beecher Terrace Revitalization.

 

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Libraries often reflect the architectural style of their communities. At Sherman Carter Barnhart, we're proud to create designs that complement and reflect the uniqueness of each community we've worked in. ... See MoreSee Less

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Libraries often reflect the architectural style of their communities. At Sherman Carter Barnhart, were proud to create designs that complement and reflect the uniqueness of each community weve worked in.

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