Pulling inspiration from contemporary lodges and the historic Route 66 that weaves through town, Hub Flagstaff boasts a distinct design that does not distract from the natural beauty surrounding it. With 591 beds across 198 units, this purpose-built student housing development does not disappoint.
Taking precise care to not hinder the breathtaking mountain backdrop, the building is designed to be no more than five-stories tall. By taking special consideration of the community’s wants and needs, the design for The Hub underwent some changes from the Concept Review stage to the Site Plan Review stage: the original design was lowered by nine feet, the façade has been broken up by pushing back sections and creating a landscaped courtyard, and more stone and metal panels have been integrated into the façade design, with less emphasis on glass elements.
Exceptional amenities and plenty of areas for quiet study or group interaction means Hub Flagstaff has everything a student could need. The mezzanine level deck is generously equipped with a pool, cabanas, club room, fitness area, sports court, and seating areas.
6,999 sf of retail, restaurant, and office space is included in the development. A parking garage hidden at the core of the structure provides ample vehicle and bike storage. This programming feature eliminates street parking and embraces a focus on the area’s natural scenery.