Terrapin Row is a transformative student housing complex located on the University of Maryland’s historic South Campus. The mixed-use community features 1,493 beds across 418 apartments as well as a 489-space parking garage. Terrapin Row boasts ample amenities centered around a college lifestyle, including a swimming pool, volleyball court, outdoor kitchens and fire pits, exterior TVs, a fitness center, bike storage, a cyber café and game room, and numerous live-learn spaces. The multi-phase project consists of seven buildings and encompasses a pedestrian and bike-friendly Village Green surrounded by over 11,856 square feet of retail space. The Village Green flows into a grand stairway and amphitheater that opens to a pedestrian plaza to welcome pedestrians towards the main academic centers of campus.
Terrapin Row is designed to achieve LEED® Silver certification by incorporating numerous environmentally-minded elements into construction. The property's stormwater management program captures and treats runoff from 90 percent of average rainfall, and enhanced refrigerant management minimizes compound emissions. In addition, 35 percent of the building's electricity is derived from renewable sources and 75 percent of construction waste was recycled or salvaged and diverted away from landfills.