Speech to Text for MSU, Greystar celebrate opening of College View
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new student housing development at mississippi state university. wtva's nicole dantzler joins us live in starkville with how college view is unique to the campus... right before upperclassmen move into this new apartment- style unit this sunday... msu and the greystar held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the college view student housing development. the development is powered by an advanced microgrid energy system which makes it more efficient and improves the resiliency of its power systems. regina hyatt- msu vp for student affairs 00-05 housing opening, starkville, oktibbeha county ) "we are all delighted with how college view looks and feels." regina hyatt- msu vp for student affairs 0:00-0:05 mississippi state university along with greystar real estate partners held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of college view student housing. college view is a public- private partnership that offers upperclassmen another residential opportunity on campus. "it feels very much a part of mississippi state. when you look around you see all mississippi state pride all around in the facility." college view is a 656 bed residential community with 46,000 square feet of retail space,, and a 7,000 square foot addition to the msu child development and family studies center. it's located within walking distance of campus, the cotton district and downtown starkville. "it is a wonderful active environment for our students to live and study and to have fun and make friends." college view is a $67 million dollar facility that took 18 months to construct. dollar facility that took 18 months to construct. the development is powered by an advanced microgrid energy system which makes it more efficient and improves the resiliency of its power systems. this microgrid will reduce msu's this microgrid will reduce msu's carbon footprint by 750 metric tons of carbon per year, saving the university