TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — The newest student residences at Indiana State University has opened and will house about 260 juniors, seniors and graduate students in downtown Terre Haute.
The apartment project is a partnership between the university, Thompson Thrift Development and TIAA-CREF, which financed the $23 million project. It features 75 units with one through four bedrooms on the upper four floors of the five-story building. The first floor has retail and office space.
The Tribune-Star reports many of the units offer scenic views of downtown.
University President Dan Bradley said during an open house Tuesday that many upperclassmen and graduate students wanted more upscale housing.