From The Cleveland Plain Dealer: Work is scheduled to begin this week at Cleveland State University on a $65 million project that eventually will include five residence halls and a 300-car parking garage. University officials are hoping the project will be done in two years. Three four-story residence halls are in the first phase, which officials expect to have finished in time for 380 students to move in next fall.
MARCH 2009...from The Cleveland Plain Dealer: Cleveland State University plans to create a more residential feel by tripling on-campus housing. A section of campus now dominated by surface parking lots would be transformed with apartments built around a new baseball field. The southern edge of the newly envisioned campus also would have more housing for students. In all, about 2,500 people could live on the revamped campus. Currently, Cleveland State houses only about 850 students in its two residence halls.