“Lynn is growing positively and is making progress in completing its Lynn 2025 strategic plan to improve our home furnishings,” said Lynn President Kevin M. Ross. “Partnering with leaders in the student housing industry enables us to quickly add senior class residences that are essential to our vibrant college community.”

The dormitory will include apartment-style apartments with living areas and kitchens. The main unit will have four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Two-room and studio apartments are also available. The project’s amenities include a communal kitchen, TV lounge, flexible workspace, multipurpose room and quiet study. Each space is designed to create a vibrant living and learning environment that supports student development and creates a greater sense of community for upper-grade students.

As Lynn supports the Apple Distinguished School award, students use mobile technology to access.

The US Green Building Council’s LEED Silver standards will guide construction and design. Sustainable features include awnings, low-e glazing, roofing material with high SRI, low flow lights, a highly efficient HVAC system and LED lighting. Builders will use locally sourced materials whenever possible, including an energy-efficient structural system of concrete planks and concrete masonry. The private courtyard is designed with native planting and water-saving landscaping.

The project is financed with non-recourse, tax-free bonds. Capstone worked with Citi to coordinate funding and the Provident Resources Group is the nonprofit owner.