LLRH6 is the first residence hall built on campus using DeafSpace design principles as well as providing new amenities never seen in residential facilities on campus such as community kitchens, a small fitness room, a java corner, fireplace, and space on the first floor for use by members of the community (collaboration room, multipurpose room, et cetera). LLRH6 has five floors consisting of 46 suites and five apartments. Each suite contains two double rooms and a private bathroom. LLRH6 accommodates 164 residents.
Erected: August 2012
Number of Floors: 5 plus Basement
Building History: First Environmentally-Friendly Residence Hall using Energy-Efficient Lighting, Heating/Cooling via Geo-thermal Energy, and DeafSpace Design Features.
Square Footage: 60,000
Unique Features: Collaboration (CoLab) areas, Community Kitchen on the Second through Fifth floors, Multipurpose Room, Seminar Room, a Fitness and Laundry Room, and Terrace.
Date of Dedication: August 18, 2012
The room diagram of a typical room in LLRH6 can be viewed here.