View Sanctuary Hall floor plans
In 1989, DePaul acquired the five-story historic building and began using it to house students in air-conditioned studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom standard and higher-occupancy apartments. Floor plans vary throughout the building. Students enter Sanctuary Hall through a gated entrance on Kenmore Avenue. All Sanctuary apartments have a full kitchen, at least one private bathroom and a dishwasher. There are common lounges located on the first and fifth floors, a technology lounge on the first floor, a study area on the second floor and a laundry room in the basement. Sanctuary also features a 24-hour staffed desk along with a key card swipe entry. Each apartment in Sanctuary is unique with various features including exposed brick, spiral staircases and large picture windows.
360 Virtual Tour
Want to get a better idea of what a unit in Sanctuary Hall looks like? Click here for a 360 tour of an unoccupied standard apartment unit with an occupancy of four.