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Heritage Commons - Reid Hall at Miami University
Heritage Commons - Reid Hall
Heritage Commons Reid Hall was built in 2005 and renamed from Vet Village during the summer of 2006 to continue the name of a residence hall, which was also torn down that summer. The original Reid Hall (1948-2006) was named in honor of Whitelaw Reid, a Miami graduate, class of 1856, who later became a diplomat, journalist, and was a loyal Miami alumni. The new hall is one of six apartment-style living accommodations. It is housing for upper class and graduate students. Each of the eighteen apartment units consists of four private bedrooms, two bathrooms, and kitchen, dining, and living spaces. All individual bedrooms are equipped with a double bed (78.5" x 55"), desk and chair, bookcase, night stand, and a 5-drawer chest. Blanchard House shares a laundry facility with one other apartment building. A central community building provides a central social space as well as a mailroom, vending, and restrooms. It is conveniently located beside the REC Center and is close to Harris Dining Hall, an all you care to eat location.

Miami University
806 South Oak Street
Oxford, OH  45056

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