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A Peek Inside the West Village Commons

When the West Village Commons opens this August, it will boast eateries and event spaces that will make it a hub of activity for students, faculty and staff alike. As the West Village “mini Union” gets its final touch-ups before the grand opening, take a sneak peek below at the inside of the building that we’ll all soon know well.

The inside of West Village Commons.
When you walk into the building, you’re greeted with a grand staircase leading to the second level, as well as an information desk on the right.

One of the a la carte eateries in the West Village Commons.
On your left is three a-la-carte eateries, including Jamba Juice, Einstein’s Bagels and Coyote Jack’s Grille.

The all-you-can-eat dining hall in the Commons.
The second level is an all-you-can-eat eatery with an open floor plan that allows you to look out at activity on the first floor.

The third floor of the Commons.
Large conference rooms comprise the building’s third level, which also includes a spacious lobby providing space for cocktail hours or catering stations.

A view out from the third floor of the Commons.
The lobby boasts a great view of the ever-expanding West Village precinct of campus.

For more information on campus construction, go to www.towson.edu/currentconstruction.
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