CU Boulder Unveils New $48.9M Dining Facility

CU Boulder has a fancy new dining hall.

This new facility includes wellness clinic, specialized food stations, other amenities.

Students can blend their own smoothies by riding a stationary bike, hang out by an outdoor fire pit and eat breakfast all day.

The 109,000-square-foot dining facility meant to serve 2,700 students at CU’s Williams village. It is the community at Baseline Road and 30th Street.

The campus plans to expand Williams Village with a proposed $60 million dorm aside from the dining hall.

The new facility replaces the 45-year-old Darley Dining Center. Workers demolished the dining hall in July 2015 and began building the brand new facility.

The project cost the university $48.9 million.
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