Jacksonville University Breaks Ground on New 270-Bed Housing Development
Dolphin Residence Hall, a 270-bed dormitory on the riverfront, has broken ground as part of the campus’ upgrades which will include “new dining options, a new football/lacrosse stadium, improved academic spaces and research laboratories, a new College of Health Science building, and a $1.5M expansion of the River House student center”, according to an article in the JAX Business Journal by Andrew Thurlow.
Posted on January 3, 2015, in Development, JAX Business Journal, Jobs/JAX Economy and tagged andrew thurlow, college, construction, dormitory, jacksonville university. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.