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Chapman increases campus housing with purchase of Anaheim building Chapman University has acquired the Anavia building in the Platinum Triangle area of Anaheim, two blocks away from Chapman Grand

February 3, 2023 by | Updates

A newly acquired apartment building in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle will make apartments available to more students and will provide a significant increase to the number of students who can reside in campus housing.  The new residence hall, which will be named Chapman Court when it officially opens, is located at 2045 S. State College

Students Migrating to New University Housing

October 1, 2018 by | Neighbor-to-Neighbor

Just as 721 students were moving into the new Chapman Grand apartments in Anaheim in August, the wood framing for the new residence hall under construction at the corner of Palm Avenue and Cypress Street in Old Towne Orange began to rise from its foundation. Next fall, about 400 students will call the new Villa

Chapman purchases apartments for new student housing

December 20, 2017 by | Neighbor-to-Neighbor

Chapman University has closed escrow on an expansive apartment building near Anaheim’s GardenWalk with plans to convert it to student housing. Called Chapman Grand, the residence hall will serve up to 900 students when it opens next fall. The former Katella Grand apartment complex in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle district includes apartments in various studio, one,

Chapman purchases apartment building in Anaheim, expects to house up to 900 students A letter from EVP/COO, Harold Hewitt

November 6, 2017 by | Updates

Dear Chapman Family: President Daniele Struppa, the Board of Trustees and Senior Staff are very pleased to announce that the University is in the process of finalizing the purchase of the Katella Grand apartment building in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle as our newest student residential facility. This brand-new complex, which contains apartments in various one, two

So You’re Moving Out A Quick & Easy Guide to Being a Good Neighbor

April 28, 2017 by | Updates

As the semester comes to an end, Chapman University is committed to assisting our student’s smooth transition into summer. This is especially important for our students living off-campus in the surrounding neighborhoods. In a joint effort, Chapman University’s Office of Community Relations and the Office of Sustainability in partnership with the Student Government Association (SGA)

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