Enhancing the student housing experience
UW Bothell is partnering with Capstone Development Partners to redevelop and transform Husky Village into a mixed-use development, incorporating new, prime housing opportunities for approximately 1,000 students in the form of two residence hall buildings and one apartment building. The development project will also include a standalone dining pavilion building that will be open to all UW Bothell and Cascadia College students, staff, faculty and guests. It will be a community resource that we’ve longed for on the campus! The construction and development will improve public transit and cycling mobility which enable a vibrant, pedestrian-oriented environment along Beardslee Boulevard, through the Residential Village and into the campus core via the campus promenade.
Demolition of the existing residence halls is planned in stages and construction will begin in fall 2021. The first phase of construction will be complete by spring 2023, and the final phase will be complete by fall 2024. The good news with this phased approach is that it allows us to continue our residential life program by offering some student housing during the construction period.
- July 2021 – Complete Project Design
- August 2021-August 2024 – Construction
- Winter/Spring 2023 – Phase 1 Substantial Completion
- Summer 2024 – Phase 2 Substantial Completion
- September 2024 – Final Project Completion & Delivery
- June 2023 Week 1 Construction Bulletin
- April 2023 Week 4 Construction Bulletin
- March 2023 Week 4 Construction Bulletin
Frequently asked questions
Who is Capstone & why are they involved?
CAPSTONE DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS, LLC (CDP) is a student housing real estate development company exclusively focused on working with colleges and universities in public private partnerships. In this project, the University of Washington maintains ownership of the land while contracting with Capstone to develop and manage student housing.
What types of student housing will be available?
When fully built, the project will provide student amenity spaces and single, double or quad-style residence hall and apartment units.
- Phase 1 will include 380 residence hall beds and the dining pavilion in spring 2023
- Phase 2 will include 336 residence hall beds and 322 apartment beds in fall 2024
Can I live in student housing now?
Yes, Husky Village is still open and operating through the Housing and Residential Life program.
Can I reserve housing for campus meetings or conferences?
Contact Capstone Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I reserve space in the Terrace Dining Pavilion for meetings?
Who can I contact if I have more questions?
For more information on the UW Bothell Residential Village Project, contact Shannon Thompson – Project Manager at email@example.com.