University of Florida, Infinity Hall

Project Info
University of Florida, Infinity Hall
Completion: 2015
Square Footage: 90,000

Infinity Hall is a 312-bed living learning community for University of Florida undergraduate students. Located at Innovation Square, Infinity Hall is the venture between UF, Signet Development, and the City of Gainesville to develop an innovative, creative, and technologically-focused community east of SW 13th Street and south of University Avenue.

Infinity Hall is an Entrepreneurial Living-Learning Community and the first residential public-private partnership of its kind for the University. In addition to resi-dential space, Infinity Hall has over 20,000 square feet of innovation and collaboration space for UF entrepreneurial students and UF program partners. Student learning objectives include: developing business plans; securing investors; making connections; marketing and outreach; and addressing legal issues. Partners co-located on the ground floor of Infinity Hall are: MADE@UF; the Warrington Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation; UF Fab Lab; mint STUDIO; Launchpad; and the Gainesville Development Academy.