North Hall is the first traditional residence hall constructed on the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus since its founding in 1969.
The building features a computer lab, student lounges, game room, fitness area, laundry facility, a large programming area, and two classrooms.
The residence hall is the first new housing facility on campus and is designed for freshman and sophomores. The hall features 19, 37-resident houses with a mix of traditional single and double occupancy rooms and small community bathrooms.
Each house has a glass-enclosed lounge to support the community. The main floor features classrooms which are accessible from campus and from the residence hall.
North Hall was intentionally designed to not only blend in with its campus surroundings, but also to promote resident interaction.
The design team created welcoming common spaces, including a grand lobby and micro-lounges throughout each residential floor. Additionally, the building features a computer lab, game room, fitness area, laundry facility, a large programming area, and two classrooms, each accommodating 40 students.