DENTON – Preliminary plans are complete for the Texas Woman’s University's (TWU) Residential Village Project—three residence halls and a stand-alone dining facility—east of Bell Ave. where there's currently a soccer field.
The residence halls will be four stories tall and hold a total of 875 beds, and the dining area will be 30,000 sf.
Right now, the project will cost an estimated $78 million, said university spokeswoman Amanda Simpson.
Construction is slated to begin in February 2018, after project details are finalized.
The facilities will be constructed by Balfour Beatty Campus Solutions and open in fall 2019.
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