UVA Brandon Avenue District Revitalization: Second Phase of Student Housing Progressing

UVA Brandon Avenue Exterior Rendering | Rendering Courtesy Clark Nexsen

The University’s Brandon Avenue district is progressing with its transformative redevelopment. The second phase of student housing construction began last summer and is set for completion in the 2024-2025 academic year. Along with the 2019-completed Bond House, over 650 new beds have been added across multiple phases, including the 350 beds in the upcoming residence halls designed for upper-class students. These modern, comfortable living spaces are complemented by conveniently located dining and informal gathering areas, as well as approximately 100 parking spaces, fostering a vibrant, connected community.

The revitalized district offers students not only improved housing options but also new academic buildings, a Hotel and Conference Center, and a Student Health and Wellness Center. The contemporary Academical Village-inspired design boasts a multi-functional open space, promoting an engaging, urban atmosphere that fosters academic and personal growth.

Learn more about the second phase of Brandon Avenue’s Upper Class Student Housing.