Toll Brothers Launches Notre Dame Student Housing

The luxury property will be named for the first year of the school’s storied football team.

Former Campus View apartments on the site of new development The 87

Toll Brothers Inc. has broken ground on a luxury low-rise student housing property in South Bend, Ind. The 87 will be a 355-unit community and the firm’s seventh luxury student housing asset in the nation.

With a total of 431,000 square feet, the property is located on a 10-acre site that formerly housed the Turtle Creek Apartments (recently referred to as Campus View). Located at 1710 N. Turtle Creek Drive, the community is in proximity to the University of Notre Dame as well as St. Mary’s College and Holy Cross College.

According to Yardi Matrix data, the former Campus View student housing was 75 percent preleased before the 2021 school year began.

The 87, named after the year of Notre Dame’s first football team, is designed by KTGY Architects with V3 Engineering. Mary Cook Associates is in charge of interior design while Matchbox Studio heads up branding.

A total of 810 beds, spread across 26 townhomes and five apartment buildings rising three or four stories high, will be included in the development. Studio, one-, two- and four-bedroom layouts will be available at The 87, ranging from 420 to 2,000 square feet.

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Some 15,000 square feet of amenities will include a two-story fitness center; study areas; a coffee bar; social, sports simulation and screening lounges; fire pits and a basketball court. Individual apartments will include a 55-inch Smart TV, a bathroom for each bedroom, a washer and dryer and in select units and walk-in closets.

Construction on The 87 is set to be completed in 2024.

Toll Brothers is currently developing student housing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Central Florida and Florida International University. Past developments include student communities at Pennsylvania State University, Arizona State University and The University of Maryland.

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