Blending the peace of mind that comes with student housing with the privacy of apartment living, Fuse gives Purdue University students in West Lafayette, IN the best of both worlds. Located across from Mackey Arena and the Neil Armstrong Engineering Building, the project includes on its exterior 11,000 sq. ft. of Omega Lite aluminum composite panels from Laminators Incorporated.
Developed by Campus Investors of Chicago, Fuse focuses on the well-being of its residents through both its security features and its upscale amenities. The property is equipped with electronic key access, security cameras, 24/7 staffing, on-site management/maintenance, a smartphone guest admittance app and a full grocery store conveniently situated on the ground level. It also provides numerous quality amenities including a business center, clubhouse, covered parking/indoor heated garage, 24/7 emergency maintenance, extra storage, fitness center, free high speed/wireless internet access, public transportation, media center, recreation room, landscaped patios and fire pit as well as an indoor heated bike storage with a repair station.
Each one- to four-bedroom apartment is fully furnished with an in-unit washer/dryer, stainless steel appliances quartz countertops, mounted flat panel TV, complimentary wi-fi and cable, oversized picture windows, hardwood style floors, painted accent walls, and so much more.
To complement the incredible list of amenities Fuse has to offer, the exterior of the building had to be just as exceptional. Leading the project was Architect, Shepley Bulfinch of Phoenix, AZ and Construction Manager, Stevens Construction Corporation of Madison, WI. Using the One-Piece, Tight-Fit Moldings installation system by Laminators Incorporated, approximately 11,000 square feet of Omega-Lite aluminum composite panels in classic Bright Silver, also by Laminators Inc., was installed by RAM North America of Arcadia, IN.