In 2002, Capstone partnerd with Georgia Southern University to help them achieve their primary goal for their apartment housing – to surpass what was being offered in the Statesboro off-campus market. The architectural design of the new housing is a refined Southern vernacular, which was consistent with the new campus standards. The three story residential villages have a two story brick base with the third floor of Hardie panel, detailed to simulate a precast top found on the newer campus buildings. The two sites had a total of seven formerly residential buildings, whose abatement and demolition was a part of Capstone’s scope. The Southern Courtyard site provides 480 beds of two and four bedroom apartments, many are a part of smaller academic courtyards. The Southern Pines site provides 630 beds in two and four bedroom suites, also within smaller courtyard communities. Both sites have community buildings with computer labs, classrooms and large meeting areas. The new housing was completed in 2003.