Residence, Dining and Retail Complex

A $147.4-million residential complex at North Broad Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenues, where the University Services Building previously stood, will provide more than 1,000 student beds, student dining, retail space and a parking facility. The new facility will meet Temple's need for increased on-campus housing and serve as a dramatic southern gateway to Main Campus.

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1. The existing outdoor patio and seating area will revitalized by enclosing it with a two-story glass-encased atrium
2. Five 6-kilowatt wind turbines, each producing enough energy to power one average Philadelphia home. Students from the College of Engineering will assist the University
3. A 140,000 sq foot one-story addition will provide dedicated practice space and coaches' offices for the men's and women's basketball teams. In the off-season, this space will be used for student recreation
4. Two new retail stores on Broad Street will provide new shopping opportunities for Temple students
5. New wall and boulder for rock climbing enthusiasts will be added in the atrium


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icon image Expected Completion: September 2013
icon image Architect: MGA Partners


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1600 block of N. Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19122
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