Edgehill Village was completed in 2002 and named after the much-loved Edgehill mansion, now the Dominican Heritage and Alumni House. The cedar-shingled, apartment-style buildings were constructed to provide more privacy to students. Each of the six complexes stores eight resident suites.
Each resident suite houses four students. Suites contains two bedrooms, a bathroom (with showers but no bathtubs), and a living room for entertaining.
Edgehill Village has become a hotspot for resident students. The complex houses roughly 200 students and is popular among upperclassmen. Freshmen are not allowed to live in Edgehill Village.
Buildings One and Two are named in memory of '33 alumna Mary Lins and friend, Marshall Dill. Dill was a long-time professor of history at Dominican. Building Six is the Wellness Building, a retreat for students that wish to live a quiet and healthy lifestyle.
"Living in Edgehill [Village] provides a level of privacy that you can't get in the other dorms. Yes, you live with three other people, but you don't have to worry about others running in your room or knocking on your door at all hours.
—Marques Daniels '08