Winchester, Va. — This fall, Shockey broke ground for The Q, a new student housing building at Shenandoah University. The Q is part of The Village complex, and offers the newest, most up-to-date features in student housing today. It will provide an apartment-style living option for the university’s upper-class student leaders.
The Q is the fourth building in this upper-class student housing residential complex. The Q was designed by ESa (Earl Swensson Associates, Inc.) of Nashville, TN and is being constructed by Howard Shockey & Sons, Inc. of Winchester, VA.
Complete with marble countertops and fully equipped kitchens, each apartment is approximately 1,600 square feet, with four single-occupancy bedrooms and two bathrooms. All apartments are fully furnished and include a washing machine, dryer and modern kitchen appliances. Communal porches and green spaces are available for the enjoyment of all residents.
Designed for busy students, these units provide convenience, support and plenty of opportunities for community involvement.
When the build-out is complete, a total of five buildings will be offered in this residential community. The complex is located behind Goodson Chapel-Recital Hall and Aikens Athletic Center. Over 1,000 Shenandoah University students choose to live on campus each year. First-year students live with other first-year students and upper-class students live with other upper-class students.
Founded in 1875, Shenandoah University is the private, nationally recognized applied liberal arts institution, located in historic Winchester, Virginia.