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    New Buildings in Residential Commons

    Want to see what Armstrong, Loyd and the other 3 new buildings in the Residential Commons look like? Here they are!
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    A typical double room in the residential commons with the view from the window.

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    A typical double room in the residential commons. Lots of lighting and spacious.

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    Another nook in the hallway. Great place to work on homework with a friend.

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    Another example of a nook in the hallway. Super cozy.

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    We have all sorts of little nooks and crannies to hang out in each of the hallways. Here's an example of one.

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    Another lounge area, it will have furniture.

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    Another lounge area, it will have furniture. Great place to hang out or study.

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    Another view of the hallway

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    A picture of the hallway

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    Another example of the furniture that comes with the room. Please note the mustangs on the guard rail for the beds. Pony up!

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    Here is a lounge on one of the floors. There is no furniture here yet but there will be! Perfect place to do homework or hang out with friends.

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    A view of a room on the first floor from the window. As you can see, the left door is the closet and the right is the door exiting the room.

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    This is another example of a closet in the new buildings. It is inside the room as opposed to surrounding the front door to the room. Still very spacious with lots of room for boxes and other storage.

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    View of a room on the first floor of one of the new buildings. Look at those ceilings! The bed and desk pictured are included with the room.

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    Another view of a closet from a different angle.

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    Another view of a closet.

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    This is a typical closet in the new buildings. As you can see, they are right when you walk in the room surrounding both sides of the front door. Probably good if you or your roommate have stinky shoes that need to air out.

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    The water fountains in the hallway of the new buildings. Has an easy way to fill up a water bottle and grab a drink!

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    Here is an example of a disability accommodation shower stall. Very spacious!

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    An example of a shower stall. As you can see, there is a little privacy area where you can change before/after you shower.

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    The community bathrooms in one of the new buildings. Looks pretty great, right?

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    The 5 new buildings all have community bathrooms. Each bathroom has lockers where you can store your toiletries so you don't have to carry them down the hall.

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    You can see the Dallas Skyline from the fifth floor of the new buildings! Pretty cool!

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    Another view of a room on the fifth floor in one of the new buildings. Please note, not all are exactly the same.

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