A ribbon cutting on August 10, 2012 at 10:00 am will officially open The Village at South Campus (formerly Joaquin) BYU student housing project at 600 E. 600 N. in Provo, Utah. Jamie Dunn, managing partner of Peak Capital Partners announced the ribbon cutting which will include a short program, lunch and a tour of the property for media and invited guests.
The Village at South Campus will house more than 900 Brigham Young University students in five floors. There are 236 units and 190,000 square ft. of podium. The project includes two residential towers and a two-story commons area with a swimming pool, grocery market, restaurant, lounge and study area. Each apartment will house four people in private bedrooms, two bathrooms and a laundry area. The complex consists of 690 parking stalls, or enough for about three-fourths of its tenants at any one time. About 590 of those will be underground in the one-level parking garage.
Currently 90% of the units have been rented for 2012-2013.