Students at The Catholic University of American in D.C. won't have trouble keeping warm this winter. That's because they'll have a fireplace in their new swank residence hall.
Rockville-based Opus East LLC constructed the 127,000 square-foot dorm facility in less than 15 months, The Washington Business Journal reported. The 79 suite hall contains a community space with a fireplace, laundry room, and a study area. Each floor has its own full-service kitchen and common area. All suites have 4 bedrooms, a common living room, double sink, bathroom, and shower.
Students will start moving in when they return from winter break.
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