Out with the old, in with the new. That's the plan for graduate student housing at Texas A&M.
The Board of Regents Friday gave the go-ahead for a new 250 unit apartment complex for grad students. The $35 million addition will be part of the University Apartment complex. The new units should be ready for residents to move in by next year.
To make room, six apartment buildings, built in the 1960's, will be torn down.
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