Upperclassmen at Kennesaw State University will get to move into the newest phase of the college’s University Place II housing complex on Thursday.
The move-in day event will include a ribbon cutting, music, food and tours of the facility. University Place II, a 207,500-square-foot apartment complex, features 451 bedrooms, in-room and outdoor Wi-Fi connectivity, amphitheater, courtyard, a multipurpose room and a Residence Life office. The new development is located adjacent to University Place, a 700-bed facility.
The ribbon cutting will be held at 9:30 a.m., followed by tours of the complex from 10-11 a.m. A free concert for students will be held in the University Place Amphitheater at 7 p.m.
Construction of the $26 million project began last October. It was paid for by the KSU Foundation with bonds issued by the Development Authority of Cobb County.
With the addition of University Place II,