Structure Type: built works - dwellings - housing - student housing

Designers: Mithun, Incorporated (firm); Mithun Partners, Architects + Designers + Planners (firm); David W. Goldberg (architect); Bert Gregory (architect); Omer Lloydgeorge Mithun (architect); Bruce Williams (architect)

Dates: constructed 2014

6 stories

1101 NE Campus Parkway
University of Washington (UW) Campus, Seattle, WA 98105

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Overview

This new residence hall, situated between Lander Hall #3 and Terry Hall #3 on the south side of NE Campus Parkway, was erected during 2014-2015. It, like its neighbors, was designed by the Seattle architecture firm, Mithun, Incorporated.

Building History

This residence hall replaced Terry Hall #2, which was located at the same address 1101 NE Campus Parkway. The University of Washington undertook a large scale redevelopment of campus housing on the west side of its campus between 2010 and 2015, largely to capture new revenue by enticing students living off campus in private housing to move back on campus. Several of these West Campus dorms built at this time were named for trees, Maple, Alder, Elm, Cedar and Poplar Halls, all but Maple sharing a common design language. Maple was designed to integrate with Lander and Terry Halls, as it was located in between the two to form an ensemble along NE Campus Parkway.

PCAD id: 19257