hardison/downey construction inc. (h/dc) recently celebrated the completion of Arizona State University’s Manzanita Hall, a nearly three-year project that included a full gut and remodel of the historic 15-story building on University Drive.
Nicknamed “Manzy,” the dorm was originally constructed in 1967 to accommodate 1,000 female students, towering over other campus buildings. The remodeled, 218,000-square-foot building now offers a total of 241 two- and three-bedroom/one bathroom, and four-bedroom/two-bathroom units for 816 co-eds.
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The hardison/downey team is near completion on the renovation of ASU’s 15-story Manzanita Hall on the main campus, which was originally built in 1967.
Scheduled to debut at the end of July, the new dorm rooms will include two bedrooms, three bedrooms with shared bathroom and four bedroom suites with two bathrooms. The student dining facility on the first floor will also be remodeled. New social spaces include a fitness center, mail and computer rooms, student lounges and a business center. Exterior improvements include new landscaping and courtyards as well as basketball and sand volleyball courts.
Get a sneak peek inside the Manzanita makeover in this Fox10 video