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Monday, December 06, 2021

University to renovate graduate student and staff housing in 2014

UW-Madison will renovate University Houses, one of its graduate student housing developments, the last of several projects refurbishing university housing for non-undergraduate students and university staff.

"It's simply the [buildings'] age," UW-Madison Housing director Paul Evans said. "They're wearing out, so we need to go in and do some upgrades to heating, electrical, those kinds of systems."

The $14-15 million project in the Eagle Heights neighborhood is slated to begin in July of 2014. The makeover, which will be finished by the following spring, will leave graduate, post-doctorate students and academic and faculty staff residents with more desirable housing, Evans added.

Eagle Heights and Harvey Street Apartments, two other university housing "neighborhoods," have already been renovated.

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