MSU Board of Trustees Approves Redevelopment

June 17, 2015

This afternoon the MSU Board of Trustees granted RHS, Intercollegiate Athletics, MSU Police, and Infrastructure Planning and Facilities permission to proceed with the State Police Post Redevelopment. Formerly referred to as Spartan Village Redevelopment, the project includes:

-        Apartments for single students and student families to replace stock at Spartan Village, which will come offline in 2017

-        Retail space to include a grocery-lite marketplace, Starbucks, Spartan gear shop and ticket office

-        Student resources, including a fitness room, bookable community space, Student Employment Office, Housing Assignments Office, community gardens, outdoor play space, music practice rooms and more

-        Event parking to replace the parking currently on the site

-        Office space for RHS and Intercollegiate Athletics administrators

This approval is the culmination of much hard work and conversation with the many stakeholders. While this action marks an end to that work, the team will continue to work with students, staff, community members and the administration to move forward. For more information on the project, phasing and timeline, please visit:

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