Crosswalk Commons

925 Hilltop Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47906
www.crosswalkcommons.com

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Crosswalk Commons is conveniently positioned on Purdue's campus. Located in the Tower Acres subdivision, Crosswalk Commons is a short walk or bus ride to anywhere on campus.

Crosswalk Commons Floorplans

485 sq ft Available
Aug 2023
$1200
+$85 Fixed Utility Fee $1200 per bed
715 sq ft Available
Aug 2023
$450
+$85 Fixed Utility Fee $450 per bed
715 sq ft Available
Aug 2023
$900
+$85 Fixed Utility Fee $900 per bed
1020 sq ft Available
Aug 2023
$550
+$85 Fixed Utility Fee $550 per bed

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925 Hilltop Drive, just north of Tower Drive.

a) On-site staff with international experience; b) Live with others who want to be in an international community. c) Regular activities designed for international students d) Local community connections e) American travel and cultural opportunities f) All new suites

Crosswalk Commons is located on Purdue\'s campus and is designated for Purdue students and scholars. It is connected with a registered student organization at Purdue called Salt & Light Christian Fellowship (SLCF). Those living at Crosswalk Commons will be granted "resident membership" with the organization which will grant them the privilege of being part of the Crosswalk community. While not being required to be a Christian, each resident member will agree to certain codes of conduct which will encourage a good living/study environment.

No, you are free to be a member of more than one student organization.

No, although community-minded residents are desired, there is no required level of involvement in SLCF-led/hosted events.

a) An intergenerational, internationally experienced on-site staff b) Domestic and international students living together with the intention of teaching and learning from one another from a cultural/practical perspective. c) Activities in-house to address specific cultural and practical needs of international students d) Connection to the Greater Lafayette community. e) Opportunities to connect with American culture and sites beyond the Greater Lafayette community. f) Each Crosswalk suite has a kitchen with a refrigerator, a microwave, a dishwasher, and gas stove.

Yes, you can pay online using DoorLoop. A service fee applies to credit card payments.

No! Crosswalk Commons is fully furnished!

No! Utilities (electricity, gas, water, sewage, trash, and internet) will stay in Crosswalk's name so you don't have to deal with the hassle of calling each of the utility companies.

No, you are free to be a member of more than one student organization.

No. The price of utilities is covered by an additional reasonable monthly utility fee which includes; electric, heat/air conditioning, water, trash, and high speed internet! There's no need to contact individual utility companies and no utility deposits are needed!

The rent includes a fully-furnished living space and use of Crosswalk's commons areas, study rooms, lounge, game room, and more. (Utilities are covered by a small monthly fee that is fixed).

Yes. Parking spaces are associated with individual leases and are offered on a first come, first served basis.

At the intersection of Hilltop Drive and Tower Drive, less than 100 meters from the Crosswalk Commons building!

Yes, a fully equiped kitchen including microwave ovens and dishwashers as well as a full sized refrigerator, gas stove, and plenty of cabinet space.

Yes. Crosswalk Commons has internationally experienced on-site staff on a daily basis.

The Ford Dining Court (1122 W. Stadium Ave, West Lafayette, IN 47906) is about 480 meters (a 6 minute walk) from the Crosswalk Commons building. Resident Members of Crosswalk Commons are able to establish a BoilerExpress Account which can be utilized at any of the Purdue dining courts.

This is not an apartment complex. Crosswalk Commons is a building being constructed by a 501c3 organization, Crosswalk Project, Inc., aimed at connecting lives of international and domestic students and people in the Greater Lafayette community.

The desire of the Crosswalk Commons is for the Resident Members to learn from one another. As an international student from China who spoke at the Crosswalk Ground Breaking Ceremony on November 4, 2012 said: "The Crosswalk is designed to enhance the friendship among international students and domestic students. I believe it will be a place, where we international students can learn much about American culture by activities connecting people from local community. This will be helpful for us to merge into the American culture."

These are suite-style units, each having a kitchen, mainly two and four fully furnished bedroom units with four occupants in each unit. Other benefits include secure entry, free WiFi throughout the building. Utilities are covered by a reasonable additional utility fee.

Located On Campus