- Project Owner: Alpha Delta Pi Sorority
- Location: Gainesville FL
- Completion Date: August 2020
- Partners: Walker Architects
Constructed on the site of its original 1955 University of Florida residence, the new three-story Alpha Delta Pi Sorority House was completed in August 2020.
The new home, designed by Walker Architects, with Interior Design by Kerry Spears, is modeled after America’s traditional Southern plantation-style homes of the 19th century. Visitors are welcomed through deep, covered front porches and massive colonial-style columns framing the entrance to a two-story Grand Foyer and Balcony space flanked by formal Study and Library spaces.
Other space amenities include nearly 6,000 sf of exterior porches and balconies, a 3,300 sf Dining Hall with a large commercial kitchen, private House Director’s suite, multimedia room, testing rooms, laundry facilities, Group and Private Studies, a weekend warming kitchen, dedicated craft room, and Executive offices. Up to 65 collegiate members will be sharing 34 bedrooms and calling Alpha Delta Pi “home”, carrying on the legacy of one of UF’s longest-running fraternal institutions.