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Room Layout GuideUpdated July 2015miami.edu/housing

TABLE OF CONTENTS1.0Introduction1.11.2How to Use This DocumentADA Statement2.0Community Style Rooms(Hecht, & Stanford ResidentialColleges)2.12. 22. 32. 42. 52. 6Double - Layout (top view)Double - Layout (isometric view)Small Single - Layout (top view)Small Single - Layout (isometric view)Standard Floor Bathroom - Layout (top view)Community Style Room Dimensions3.0Suite Style Rooms (Mahoney,Pearson, & Eaton ResidentialColleges)3.13.23.33.43.54.0University Village4.14.24.34.44.54.64.74.84.94.104.11The Ibis - Layout (top view)The Ibis - Layout (isometric view)The Palm - Layout (top view)The Palm - Layout (isometric view)The Cane - Layout (top view)The Cane - Layout (isometric view)The Lake - Layout (top view)The Lake - Layout (isometric view)The Villager - Layout (top view)The Villager - Layout (isometric view)Apartment Style Room Dimensions5.0Appendix5.1Full Table of DimensionsDouble Suite - Layout (top view)Double Suite - Layout (isometric view)Standard Single - Layout (top view)Standard Single - Layout (isometric view)Suite Style Room DimensionsHousing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

1.0Introduction1.11.2How to Use this DocumentADA Statement

INTRODUCTION1.1 How to Use this DocumentThis document is intended to assist all constituentswith knowing the appropriate layout, anddimensions, of residential housing at the Universityof Miami. This document is to be updated annuallyto reflect any changes in housing at the Universityof Miami and will be maintained by the AssistantDirector of Housing Services.The intention is that this document will be to assistour students, parents, staff and other constituentsaround the University of Miami.Any errors, suggestions, or corrections should besent to [email protected] and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

INTRODUCTION1.2ADA StatementThe Department of Housing and Residential Lifeassists resident students and their families withhousing-related special accommodations. Examplesinclude overseeing attendant care access to thebuilding daytime/overnight), facilitating remoteaccess to student rooms where power assisteddoors are installed, and coordinating with FacilitiesCustomer Service any needed minor facilityadaptions. Both single and double occupancyadapted rooms are currently provided in MahoneyCollege as well as single and double occupancyapartments in University Village.Attendant care arrangements are done withprivate providers and is the responsibility of thestudent. Individual caregivers who will be providingassistance within on-campus housing and/or theprivate provider must provide photo identificationprior to accessing the building or student’s roomHousing and Residential LifeRoom Layout Guidefor documentation and security purposes. If spaceis available to accommodate a live-in attendant,the room charge will be applied to the student’sindividual account.Specific questions about facility adaptations as wellas inquiries about minor changes post-move in canbe directed to Facilities Customer Service (FCS) at(305) 284-8282 or via www.miami.edu/fcs.The Office of Disability Services (ODS) is theprimary University office responsible for thecoordination of auxiliary aids and services forstudents with disabilities and/or that require specialaccommodations, including recommendations on aspace available basis related to on-campus housing.Their telephone number is (305) 284-2374 and theiroffice e-mail address is [email protected] 2015

2.0Community Style Rooms - Hecht, & Stanford Residential Colleges2.12.22.32.42.52.6Double - Layout (top view)Double - Layout (isometric view)Small Single - Layout (top view)Small Single - Layout (isometric view)Standard Floor Bathroom - Layout (top view)Community Style Rooms - Dimensions

COMMUNITY STYLE ROOMS2.1 Double - Layout (Top View)All rooms come with the following essentials foreach resident: a twin XL bed, desk, closet, dresser,recycle bin, trash container, mirror, and a towel rack.The beds are .87’ off the ground and bed lofts areavailable for student rental from a vendor. We doHousing and Residential LifeRoom Layout Guidenot allow homemade bed lofts. With the exceptionof the beds and desk chairs, all furniture is built in.July 2015

COMMUNITY STYLE ROOMS2.2 Double - Layout (Isometric View)Living in a double room helps students buildconnections and develop friendships. The buildingshave nearly identical features and each area hasdeveloped a great culture and student experience.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

COMMUNITY STYLE ROOMS2.3 Small Single - Layout (Top View)The small single offers a typical new studentexperience with an added privacy factor. It containsa twin XL bed, desk, closet, dresser, recycle bin,trash container, mirror and towel rack.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

COMMUNITY STYLE ROOMS2.4 Small Single - Layout (Isometric View)Located in the corners on each floor of Hecht andStanford, we offer a limited number of small singles.It provides the same convenience of a double room,but with the comfort of an individual space.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

COMMUNITY STYLE ROOMS2.5 Standard Floor Bathroom - Layout (Top View)The bathroom shown above is the typical bathroomyou will find in both Hecht and Stanford ResidentialColleges. All stalls provide privacy for the individualand are cleaned regularly. The bathrooms arecentrally located to provide residents with easyaccess no matter where they live on the floor.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

COMMUNITY STYLE ROOMS2.6 Community Style Room DimensionsDOUBLE ROOMTRAD SINGLE ROOM(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)18’6” x 10’2” x 8’5” (7’2” by closets)12’7” x 10’2” x 8’5”4’7” under bed x 3’8” deep4’7” under bed x 3’8” deep7” from bed to top of bolster7” from bed to top of bolsterCLOSET5’2” x 7’1” x 1’8” (5.7’ H to shelf, 1’5” shelf to ceiling)5’2” x 2’7” (2 shelves 1’4” apart)CLOSET 25’3” x 7’1” x 1’8” (5’8” H to shelf, 1’5” shelf to ceiling)BEDROOM DIMENSIONBATHROOM (TOTAL SQ FT)BEDLOFT (HEIGHTUNDERNEATH)BOLSTERDESK3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (2’5” leg space, 3 shelves)3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (2’5” leg space, 3 shelves)1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (4 drawers)3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (4 drawers)80” x 36” (11” off ground)80” x 36” (11” off ground)5’11” x 3’ (1’9” from ground to bottom of window)2’1” x 5’6” (2)DESK CHAIRDRESSERHUTCHMATTRESSWINDOWHousing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

3.0Suite Style Rooms - Mahoney, Pearson, & Eaton Residential Colleges3.13.23.33.43.5Double Suite - Layout (top view)Double Suite - Layout (isometric view)Standard Single - Layout (top view)Standard Single - Layout (isometric view)Suite Style Room Dimensions

SUITE STYLE ROOMS3.1 Double Suite - Layout (Top View)The suite style room shown above consists of twodouble rooms connected by a bathroom, which isshared and cleaned by the occupants. The furniturein the rooms is easily moved, allowing residentsto customize the layout and cater to their specificneeds.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

SUITE STYLE ROOMS3.2 Double Suite - Layout (Isometric View)The double suite has spacious closets along withlockable “cubbies” provided to each student.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

SUITE STYLE ROOMS3.3 Standard Single - Layout (Top View)The standard single allows students to have moreprivacy in their rooms, as well as a private bathroom,while still remaining in a friendly social environmentclose to their peers.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

SUITE STYLE ROOMS3.4 Standard Single - Layout (Isometric View)The standard single offers residents convenience andpersonal space within the residential college.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

SUITE STYLE ROOMS3.5 Suite-Style Room DimensionsDOUBLE SUITESUITE SINGLE ROOM(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)16’4” x 14’8” x 8’1”12’11” x 14’1” x 8’1”6’8” x 4’7”4’4” x 6’6”4’7” under bed x 3’8” deep4’7” under bed x 3’8” deepCLOSET6’1” x 6’4’8” x 2’6” x 5’1”CLOSET 24’11” x 6’BEDROOM DIMENSIONBATHROOM (TOTAL SQ FT)BEDLOFT (HEIGHTUNDERNEATH)BOLSTERDESK15’4” x 3’11” x 1’8” (2’7” leg space under desk)15’4” x 3’11” x 1’8” (2’7” leg space under desk)DESK CHAIR1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”DRESSER3’6” x 2’6” x 1’9”3’6” x 2’6” x 1’9”3’11” x 1’7”3’11” x 1’7”80” x 36” (11” off ground)80” x 36” (11” off ground)1’ x 1’ x 1’2” (2)1’ x 1’ x 1’2” (2)6’6” W (2)6’6” W (2)HUTCHMATTRESSSAFEWINDOWHousing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

4.0Apartment Style Rooms - University Village*4.14.2The Ibis Apartment (1-Bedroom, 1-Bathroom) - Layout (top view)The Ibis Apartment (1-Bedroom, 1-Bathroom) - Layout (isometric view)4.34.4The Palm Apartment (2-Bedroom, 2-Bathroom) - Layout (top view)The Palm Apartment (2-Bedroom, 2-Bathroom) - Layout (isometric view)4.54.6The Cane Apartment (4-Bedroom, 2-Bathroom) - Layout (top view)The Cane Apartment (4-Bedroom, 2-Bathroom) - Layout (isometric view)4.74.8The Lake Apartment (4-Bedroom, 4-Bathroom) - Layout (top view)The Lake Apartment (4-Bedroom, 4-Bathroom) - Layout (isometric view)4.94.10The Villager Apartment (4-Bedroom, 4-Bathroom) - Layout (top view)The Villager Apartment (4-Bedroom, 4-Bathroom) - Layout (isometric view)4.11Apartment Style Room Dimensions*All rooms in University Village are reserved for junior and seniors with 60 or more academic credits.

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.1 The Ibis (1:1) - Layout (Top View)The Ibis is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartmentlocated in the University Village. It is fully furnishedwith a full-size bed, couch and dinner table, alongwith appliances such as a washer/dryer, dishwasher,microwave, stove and full- size refrigerator.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.2 The Ibis (1:1) - Layout (Isometric View)The Ibis provides students with added personalspace and an off-campus atmosphere while stillconveniently located on campus.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.3 The Palm (2:2) - Layout (Top View)The Palm is a two-bedroom, two-bathroomapartment ideal for students who want to live oncampus while still having all the amenities of ahome. It comes fully furnished including in-unitwasher and dryer.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.4 The Palm (2:2) - Layout (Isometric View)The Palm’s spacious, private bedrooms and opencommon areas make it a comfortable choice for tworesidents.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.5 The Cane (4:2) - Layout (Top View)Our four bedroom, two bathroom Cane model isa cost effective way to live in an apartment whileremaining on campus. Each resident has their ownbedroom, vanity and sink while sharing a bathroomwith one other resident. This apartment is fullyfurnished.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.6 The Cane (4:2) - Layout (Isometric View)Separate bedrooms, semi-private bathrooms andspacious common areas make the Cane model apopular choice for residents.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.7 The Lake (4:4) - Layout (Top View)The Lake has four bedrooms and four bathroomsas well as a separated kitchen and living room.Separate bedrooms provide plenty of privacy, while alarge common area allows residents the opportunityto interact.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.8 The Lake (4:4) - Layout (Isometric View)This apartment comes fully furnished, including awasher and dryer, refrigerator, microwave, stoveand furniture—all the amenities of an off-campushome but still conveniently located on campus in theUniversity Village.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.9 The Villager (4:4) - Layout (Top View)Our second four bedroom, four bathroom optionis the Villager Model. It is less expensive than ourLake model, and yet has similar attributes. It comesfully furnished. This model has spacious bedrooms,bathrooms, living area and kitchen.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.10 The Villager (4:4) - Layout (Isometric View)The Villager offers a larger, more open kitchen andliving area for residents to share, while still providingprivacy with separate bedrooms and bathrooms.Housing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

APARTMENT STYLE ROOMS4.11 Apartment Style Room DimensionsTHE IBIS (1:1)THE PALM (2:2)THE CANE (4:2)THE VILLAGER (4:4)THE LAKE (4:4)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)BEDROOM DIMENSION13’1” x 16’1”10’6” x 13’7”10’6” x 10’7”8’11” x 9’8”12’ x 9’7”BATHROOM (TOTAL SQ FT)5’6” x 9’5”9’ x 5’6’8” x 4’10”10’ x 4’10”9’1” x 5’1”CLOSET3’11” x 6’5”2’5” x 5’5”4’ x 6’5”4’ x 6’5”4’ x 6’5”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”HUTCH2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”MATTRESS78” x 53”78” x 53”78” x 53”78” x 53”78” x 53”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”9’5” x 12’10’6” x 11’6”13’6” x 3’5”17’4” x 11’9”9’ x 8’5”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”UV LIVING ROOM13’1” x 11’1”11’11” x 11’7”13’8” x 14’8”25’11” x 11’6”12’6” x 7’11”UV SINGLE SEAT3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”4’9” x 5’8”4’9” x 5’8”4’9” x 5’8”4’9” x 5’9”4’9” x 5’9”CLOSET 2DESKDESK CHAIRDRESSERSAFEUV COFFEE TABLEUV COUCHUV END TABLEUV KITCHENUV KITCHEN TABLEWINDOWHousing and Residential LifeRoom Layout GuideJuly 2015

5.0Appendix5.1Full Table of Dimensions

INTRODUCTION1.3Full Table of DimensionsBEDROOM DIMENSIONDOUBLE ROOMTRAD SINGLE ROOMDOUBLE SUITESUITE SINGLE ROOMTHE IBIS (1:1)THE PALM (2:2)THE CANE (4:2)THE VILLAGER (4:4)THE LAKE (4:4)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)(L x W x D x H)18’6” x 10’2” x 8’5” (7’2” byclosets)12’7” x 10’2” x 8’5”16’4” x 14’8” x 8’1”12’11” x 14’1” x 8’1”13’1” x 16’1”10’6” x 13’7”10’6” x 10’7”8’11” x 9’8”12’ x 9’7”6’8” x 4’7”4’4” x 6’6”5’6” x 9’5”9’ x 5’6’8” x 4’10”10’ x 4’10”9’1” x 5’1”3’11” x 6’5”2’5” x 5’5”4’ x 6’5”4’ x 6’5”4’ x 6’5”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”4’ x 2’ x 2’6”BATHROOM (TOTAL SQ FT)BEDLOFT (HEIGHTUNDERNEATH)4’7” under bed x 3’8” deep4’7” under bed x 3’8” deep 4’7” under bed x 3’8” deep 4’7” under bed x 3’8” deep7” from bed to top of bolster7” from bed to top ofbolsterCLOSET5’2” x 7’1” x 1’8” (5.7’ H toshelf, 1’5” shelf to ceiling)5’2” x 2’7” (2 shelves 1’4”apart)CLOSET 25’3” x 7’1” x 1’8” (5’8” H toshelf, 1’5” shelf to ceiling)4’11” x 6’DESK3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (2’5” legspace, 3 shelves)3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (2’5” leg 15’4” x 3’11” x 1’8” (2’7” leg 15’4” x 3’11” x 1’8” (2’7”space, 3 shelves)space under desk)leg space under desk)BOLSTERDESK CHAIRDRESSER4’8” x 2’6” x 5’1”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”1’7” x 1’8” x 2’8”3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (4 drawers)3’6” x 2’6” x 1’8” (4drawers)3’6” x 2’6” x 1’9”3’6” x 2’6” x 1’9”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”2’6” x 3’4”3’11” x 1’7”3’11” x 1’7”2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”2’ x 2’6”80” x 36” (11” off ground)80” x 36” (11” off ground)78” x 53”78” x 53”78” x 53”78” x 53”78” x 53”1’ x 1’ x 1’2” (2)1’ x 1’ x 1’2” (2)3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”3’6” x 2’ x 1’5”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”6’8” x 2’11” x 2’11”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”2’ x 1’6” x 1’9”HUTCHMATTRESS6’1” x 6’80” x 36” (11” off ground)80” x 36” (11” off ground)SAFEUV COFFEE TABLEUV COUCHUV END TABLEUV KITCHEN9’5” x 12’10’6” x 11’6”13’6” x 3’5”17’4” x 11’9”9’ x 8’5”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”2’6” x 2’6” x 2’6”UV LIVING ROOM13’1” x 11’1”11’11” x 11’7”13’8” x 14’8”25’11” x 11’6”12’6” x 7’11”UV SINGLE SEAT3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”3’ x 2’9” x 2’11”4’9” x 5’8”4’9” x 5’8”4’9” x 5’8”4’9” x 5’9”4’9” x 5’9”UV KITCHEN TABLEWINDOW5’11” x 3’ (1’9” from ground tobottom of window)Housing and Residential Life2’1” x 5’6” (2)Room Layout Guide6’6” W (2)6’6” W (2)July 2015

3.4 Standard Single - Layout (isometric view) 3.5 Suite Style Room Dimensions 4.0 University Village 4.1 The Ibis - Layout (top view) 4.2 The Ibis - Layout (isometric view) 4.3 The Palm - Layout (top view) 4.4 The Palm - Layout (isometric view) 4.5 The Cane - Layout (top view) 4.6 The Cane - Layout (isometric view) 4.7 The Lake - Layout (top view)