Frank Sinatra Hall, Montclair State University

Photo of Sinatra Hall Exterior
View a panorama of the Sinatra Hall exterior.

Photo of Sinatra Hall Interior
View a panorama of the Sinatra Hall interior.

My Role: Senior Project Manager for the Owner during the Construction Phase of the Project

Owner: Montclair State University

Architect: Fletcher Thompson Architects & Engineers

Contractor: Brockwell & Carrington

Construction Manger: Skanska

About the Project:

Frank Sinatra Hall is Montclair State University’s newest residence hall, which opened in the Fall 2010.  Located along Clove Road on the western edge of the campus, Sinatra Hall is a six story residential facility containing 303 beds.

  • A lounge area on every floor
  • Laundry facilities on floors 2 through 6
  • Elevators
  • Community Kitchen
  • Card access to suite doors

Suite setup:

  • Suite Style living
  • 6 to 8 residents per suite
  • Suites are a combination of single, double and triple bedrooms
  • All suites contain a full bathroom, powder room, and shower room, so as to provide three comfort opportunities simultaneously

All Suites in Sinatra Hall are:

  • Fully furnished
  • Carpeted
  • Have heat and air conditioning capability
  • Completely wireless
  • Wired for cable TV with 78 channels

Bedroom Features:

  • Multi-position single beds
  • Desk with chair
  • Wardrobe Closet
  • 3 Drawer dresser

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