Rutgers students offered choice of food and dining facilities

April 12, 2011

The Livingston Dining Commons at Rutgers University’s Livingston Campus in New Brunswick, N.J., was designed by Biber Partnership, Summit, N.J., to offer three different dining rooms that connect to a central servery. Each of the three dining rooms will be located on the first floor and will have its own identity: a sunken dining lounge, a sports pub with fireplace, and a grand dining space with high ceilings and interior balcony. The second floor of the 62,000-sf building will house meeting space and the Faculty Club, a private dining facility with its own kitchen. A pedestrian bridge will connect the new dining facility to the also new Livingston Student Center.

         
 

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