On March 18, NSU’s Nature club began transforming the garden in front of the Parker Building from an exotic garden to a habitat for native plants species, a project that will be completed on Earth Day, April 22.
“Toscana will be built to create a social environment for the residents,” said Burnham. “It is a market rate [rent based on Davie market] facility open to the public. It will have a mix of college students, small families and married couples with no kids.”
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