CRTC Olympic House

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  1. jkbuff98

    jkbuff98 Well-Known Member

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    This should help attract athletes. Pretty cool.
     
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    Not sure I understood correctly. Wrestlers with Olympic aspirations can live there for free (if accepted into the CRTC)? What was that about building 4 more?
     
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    It is a 4 plex I believe. Kyven’s family is moving into one & Willie into one. Any unoccupied will be rented to wrestlers. I think they are 3 or 4 bedroom units
     
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    Rent helps offset costs of living & bringing in athletes. They would like it to eventually be housed by Iowa State wrestlers that stick around for senior level
     
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    The builders basically donated the 4 that are finished to CRTC. I believe one of the conditions of the donation was that CRTC pitch in on "replacing" the donated ones with 4 more.
     
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    At the last social, almost everything was donated back for the new building. Sounds like Lowe’s donated a bunch & concrete guys, electricians, etc donated a lot. At that time, sounds like maybe siding was last big item needed
     
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