Escondido Village Studios

Escondido Village Studios

 

Rates           Apartment Layouts           Common Areas           General Information           Furnishings           Accessibility

 

Overview

Six buildings in Escondido Village accommodate 834 graduate students in single-person and couples without children studio apartments.

Each studio provides about 325 square feet of space and combines living and sleeping quarters that include a kitchen with full-size stove and refrigerator. Couples without children assigned to Escondido Village standard studios will be located in studio buildings 2, 5 or 6.

 

Rates 2022-23

Room Type

Monthly Rate (per student)

Occupancy

Contract Length

Number of Spaces Average Square Footage

SINGLE GRADUATE HOUSING

 

 

 

 

 

Standard Studio, 1 bath

$1808

single

full-year

754

325

COUPLE WITHOUT CHILDREN HOUSING

 

 

 

 

 

Standard Studio, 1 bath $1808 couple full-year

80

325

Residence Video
Escondido Village Studios

Apartment Layouts

Escondido Village, Studio 5, Living and Bedroom

Studio

One-Bath
834 apartments
325 Sq. ft.

Residence Common Areas

Common areas in each of the six buildings include lounges, computer clusters and laundry facilities.

Lounges 
Studio residents may use building lounges for meetings and social events.

Laundry Rooms
A laundry room located in the basement or common area of each studio building is equipped with environmentally-friendly washers and dryers. Rent includes Student Housing’s "Just Like Home" laundry program, giving residents unlimited use; no coins or cards required.

Computer Clusters
A computer cluster in each studio building is equipped with Macintosh and Dell computers and laser printers. 

Piano Practice Rooms
Students may reserve piano practice rooms in Escondido Village.  Please contact the EVGR Housing Service Center to find out about availability.

General Information

Residence Name

Studios 1-6 Map

Neighborhood 

Escondido Village

Mailing Address

Studio 1:
736 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA 94305

Studio 2:
729 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA 94305

Studio 3:
37 Angell Court

Studio 4:
51 Dudley Lane

Studio 5:
44 Olmsted Road

Studio 6:
47 Olmsted Road

Housing Service Center

Rains Housing Service Center
(Studio 1)

Kennedy Graduate Residences Housing Service Center
(Studio 2 - 6)

Custodial Service

Common areas are university-managed. Apartments are not serviced while occupied.

Dining Service

All apartments have kitchens. Students may also purchase a graduate meal plan from R&DE Stanford Dining.​

 

Furnishings

General

Sleeping Area/Bath

Living Area

Kitchen

Cable TV capability

Extra-long full-size bed

Desk

Breakfast bar

High-speed internet connection

Dresser

Desk chair

Two kitchen stools

Telephone and telephone line

Closet

Sofa

Four-burner electric stove with full-size oven

Wall-to-wall carpeting

Mirror

Entry table

Refrigerator/freezer

Window coverings

Toilet

Built-in bookcase

Sink with garbage disposal

 

Sink

   
  Bathtub with shower    
  Towel bars and robe hook    

Note: Bed linens will need to be purchased for full-size, extra-long beds (54″ x 80″). Students who want to bring their own beds may store the university bed at their own expense. No storage is available for unneeded furniture. Students provide their own cookware, dishes, utensils, towels and other kitchen items.

 

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible for living Yes
Wheelchair accessible for visiting Yes
Braille signage Yes
Additional Information Elevators are available in each building

About the Buildings

Award-winning architect Daniel Solomon worked with MBT Architecture of San Francisco and James Guthrie & Associates of San Mateo to design Stanford’s six studio buildings. The first two opened in 2000; Studios 4-6 opened in 2002-2004.

Solomon, known for his leadership in the urban design movement, is a founding member of and wrote the charter for the Chicago-based Congress for the New Urbanism. The studios are based on a design ethos that integrates urbanism with environmental sensitivity.

Solomon’s approach to designing EV’s Studios follows the theory that neighborhoods should be diverse in use and population, communities should be designed for pedestrians as well as cars, buildings should be universally accessible, and architecture and landscape design should celebrate local history, climate, ecology, and building traditions.

Sustainability

Studio 2 is connected to the campus' Central Energy Facility which supplies hot and chilled water for heating and cooling. The energy plant reduces greenhouse gas emissions for the campus by 68% per year, and water consumption by 33% compared to the previous steam plant. The plant reduces energy used to heat and cool residential buildings by 40%.