History of the Endowment Lands Plan
Endowment Lands Master Plan 2006 - Part 1 Background and Context
Endowment Lands Master Plan 2006 - Part 2 The Guiding Framework
Endowment Lands Master Plan 2006 - Part 3 The Parcel Plan
Go to Trent Lands Plan website
Phase II Water Street Residences Update - July 2014
the fourth building in Phase I of the Water Street Residences complete, Phase II
– the fifth building in the Water Street Residence plan – is now underway.
London Property Corp. (Residence Development Corporation) recently named the
block of student residences Campus Heights.
of Phase II Residences
part of the official Endowment Lands Plan, the location for Phase II of the
Water Street residences will be at 1633 Water Street, south of the lights at
Nassau Mills Road on the west side of Water Street. Please see Site A, circled
on the attached map, just south of the wetland. (The four buildings associated
with Phase I can also be seen on the map, just north Nassau Mills Road and Water
to the Plan for Environmental Protection
familiar with previous plans will note there is no longer a building indicated
at Site B on the map. Through an environmental assessment, it was noted that
Site B was the site of sensitive wetlands. Through consultations with ORCA, the
University worked with the developer to limit the Phase II development to Site
A, in order to protect the diversity of species dependent upon the wetland
habitat. Previously a six acre development, the London Property Corp. Phase II
development is now two acres.
of the Phase II Building Design and Structure
Phase II development at Site A will be designed in the attractive “Georgian”
style architecture of buildings one and three in Phase I.
Phase II building will comprise 36, three-bedroom apartments, with two bathrooms
each, able to accommodate up to 180 students.
with Phase I, the Phase II building will be built in accordance with municipal
agreements, under proper supervision of RDC’s architects and landscape
architects, and subject to regulation, supervision, control and inspection of
to demand from first-year students and their parents for residences close to
campus, Phase II will comprise a mix of first-year and upper-year students. The
combination of first-year and upper-year students with programming by residence
life staff, and Dons living on-site, will provide the oversight and mentoring
for a positive residential experience. First-year students in the Phase II Water
Street Residence will be affiliated with Champlain College, as part of the
Champlain College Annex and will participate in college programming and utilize
college services at Champlain College.