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July 23, 2017

Higher Education: Dorms

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Landis Hall
The 72-year-old Landis Hall underwent an $18-million renovation in 2006. The old rooms, which had common bathrooms, were replace with suite-style units. [Photo: Florida State University]

Landis Hall

Florida State University, Tallahassee
Beds: 403
Opened: 1939

Floor plans: Singles, singles with bath, doubles, doubles with bath, triples, triples with bath and quads with bath

Rates: $2,600 to $3,250/semester

Notable: Located in the center of FSU's main campus, Landis Hall combines historical charm with modern convenience. The 72-year-old building underwent an $18-million renovation five years ago that eliminated communal bathrooms in favor of suite-style living and added modern amenities like smart classrooms and wireless internet access.

Landis Hall
Landis Hall [Photos: Florida State University]
Landis Hall

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