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Transforming Living, Learning Spaces


Construction underway across W&M will revitalize living and learning facilities to meet future strategic needs.

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West Woods Village Walk rendering

All systems go. 

That’s the gist of Dan Pisaniello’s message regarding phase one of a three-phase construction project expected to transform the on-campus experience at William & Mary over the next 10 years. 

The Housing & Dining Comprehensive Facilities Plan, part of the Campus Comprehensive Plan, will renovate or replace 80% of campus residences and provide two new dining facilities, with the first new student housing scheduled to be completed in fall 2025.

Phase one will deliver new housing for 935 students at the West Woods site as well as housing for 269 students in a new facility adjacent to Lemon and Hardy halls along Jamestown Road. Old Dominion and Monroe halls are also being renovated, and a new west campus dining facility is under construction. 

“It’s all going really well,” said Pisaniello, university architect. 

The project is one of several construction efforts currently underway across campus that will revitalize the university’s living and learning facilities to meet future strategic needs. 

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