Zerr Berg Architects and KSQ Design were retained for a new residence hall on the campus of North Dakota State University (NDSU) to help alleviate the shortage of on-campus housing options. The hall was the first new student housing project built on the campus since 2008 and compliments the University’s goal of growing student enrollment.
From modern architectural planning to innovative residence hall design, Cater provides a state-of-the-art living environment for NDSU’s sophomores. The residence hall offers 8 community lounges, 10 conversation nooks, 10 study spaces with floor-to ceiling views, and 10 huddle rooms finished with tech touches.
These spaces feature amenities including a multi-screen game room, theatres screen, expansive community kitchen, laundry area, and a fully equipped rec room. Room setups include both one and two bedroom suite options for a total of 455 beds. The six-story residence hall connects to the existing tunnel system between the existing high-rise residence halls and dining services, an appreciated feature by students wanting to stay inside on some of the more frigid winter days.