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Student Housing

Unparalleled experience has made Hueber-Breuer the ideal company for student housing projects in our region.

Student housing construction is a vital part of delivering a sound educational experience for students and their families. Our experience includes residence hall renovations, additions, and new construction for several higher education facilities within the complexities of having to work discreetly and safely on a college campus. Innovative methods had to be developed to meet the demanding conditions associated with diverse and complex work scopes and tight budgets, all within the confines of a strict academic calendar. We were pioneers in modular construction in our area, allowing us to complete two dormitory projects for SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry.

We have been referred to as the best construction company in the region by clients and pride ourselves in meeting the demands and needs of year-round developers within the student residence market.

  • Residential$14 Million

    U Point Syracuse

    404 University Avenue Syracuse New York …
      Feature, Student Housing  78,000 sq ft  163 Bed

  • Residential$27 Million

    Centennial Hall

    124 Oakland Street, Syracuse 13210 Syrac…
      Student Housing, Sustainable  138,000 sq ft  539 Bed

  • Residential$2 Million

    Dablon Hall at Le Moyne College

    1419 Salt Springs Road Syracuse New York…
      Student Housing  44,000 sq ft  NA Bed

  • Residential$12 Million

    Creekwalk Commons

    324 West Water Street, 13202 Syracuse Ne…
      Feature, Student Housing  117,000 sq ft  75 Bed

  • Residential$38 Million

    SUNY Oswego The Villages

    The Village Townhouses

    90 Iroquois Trail Oswego Oswego New York…
      Student Housing, Sustainable  280,000 sq ft  350 Bed

  • Residential$24 Million

    Geneva Tower

    500 Harrison Street Syracuse New York Un…
      Student Housing, Sustainable  138,000 sq ft  129 Bed

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