Updated Renderings Released of New Residence Halls

Steinberg Hart, the architects behind LMU’s newest residence halls, recently released updated renderings that show the buildings in further detail. The renderings also give the LMU community its first peek into the interior of the residences, highlighting state-of-the-art study, lounge, and recreation areas.

The residence halls will open ahead of the Fall 2020 semester.

Looking towards the new residence halls from Palm Walk. Doheny Hall is center back.
View of the central lawn, looking out from First Year Court.

A secondary view of First Year Court.
The First Year Lobby will include lounge and study spaces, as well as a shared kitchen.
First Year Lounge will offer students an area to socialize and unwind.
Co-living pods will function like apartments, with a shared common area featuring cooking, eating, and study space.
Upper Division Lounges are unique to sophomore, junior, and senior students. Lounges will offer similar recreation options, but are also designed to support the demands of students’ advanced and more nuanced studies.
Upper Division Court will provide sophomore, junior, and senior students with their
own outdoor space to relax, socialize, and grab some fresh air.