Loyola University’s growing student body demanded the construction of a new residence hall in Chicago. In addition to creating more housing, the university also sought sustainable building options in pursuit of LEED certification. Challenges included a compact 0.75-acre site consisting of a surface parking lot and green area, as well as the City of Chicago’s requirements for both rate and volume control for stormwater management. Our team addressed the pervious area through the use of a green roof, infiltration wells, and planted bioinfiltration areas to reduce stormwater volume leaving the site. Detention was also provided to control the stormwater discharge rate using an underground vault system. Today, de Nobili Hall is a five-story student residence that achieved LEED Silver Certification.