Maple Hill Residence
Hanbury, in association with Witsell Evans Rasco Architects/Planners, designed new residence halls at Maple Hill at the University of Arkansas. Constructed in two phases, the residence halls feature a comprehensive residential curriculum program aimed at promoting academic success and citizenship.
Phase I, Maple Hill West and Maple Hill East, includes two new four-story residence halls, housing 700 undergraduates in four-person suites, four-person lofts, six-person lofts, and private rooms for resident advisors. Each grouping of 45 students are provided with a floor lounge with a kitchenette, a conference room for small group study, and an informal seating area, and the ground floor includes apartments for the hall director and assistant director, multipurpose meeting and conference rooms, a front desk operation, and offices for the building staff.
Phase II, Maple Hill South, houses 320 undergraduates in a wide variety of room choices, including four-person, two-bedroom suites, three-person supersuites, and four-person, two-bedroom loft suites. The hall includes study rooms, conference rooms, laundry rooms, kitchenette/lounge areas with 40-inch flat screen televisions, a luxurious parlor, and multi-purpose classrooms.