Today the President and Board of Trustees of Marist College celebrated the dedication of McCormick Hall, the fourth building in the College's new four-building North Campus Housing Complex designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
The state-of-the-art facility offers accommodations for undergraduate students in suites with single bedrooms and well-appointed living rooms, kitchenettes, and bathrooms. The 77,556 square-foot building also features a community lounge, various study lounges, and a laundry facility. In addition to student apartments, the complex provides enhanced community spaces including a fitness center and satellite dining facility, making it a vibrant hub of collegiate life. The complex is also designed to support academic initiatives beyond the traditional school year, allowing Marist to expand its capacity to host large-scale events and to continue to play a key role in the region’s economic development.
McCormick Hall carries forward the vocabulary of rubble-stone facades with red-brick trim established by our firm with Marist's Hancock Technology Center (2011), a new pedestrian underpass and new campus gates (2011), the Murray Student Center and Music Building (2014), and the Natural Sciences & Allied Health Building (2016). Marist's recently opened Steel Plant Studios, the College's new home for its Fashion and Art & Digital Media programs, is also designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.