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Torres Hall

Tech's newest student residence will feature fully-furnished double bedrooms with multiple community bathrooms on each floor. Same sex by wing. The average bedroom size is 16’ by 11’ 8”. Each bedroom has two beds, two desk, two chairs and two Ethernet Ports. A large community room is available on the 1st floor for residents and special events. DirectTV-broadcast television will be available on the 1st, 2nd & 3rdfloor lounges. Study lounges will be on every floor. A laundry room will be on the 1st floor. This hall will host Tech’s Living Learning Communities on the 1st floor. Maximum capacity for this building is 150 residents.

 

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