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Alpha Phi New Sorority House at the University of Florida

  • Project Owner: Alpha Phi
  • Location: Gainesville FL
  • Completion Date: May 2023
  • Project Size: 24,280
  • Partners: Barganier David Williams Architects

University of Florida Alpha Phi New Sorority House

The newest sorority to the University of Florida, Alpha Phi, is building a brand-new house on the corner of S.W. 10th Street and S.W. 5th Avenue. The three-story brick structure features classical architectural elements, including two-story ionic columns at the front entry and two large, covered porches on the front corners of the house.

Upon entering the roughly 25,000 square foot Alpha Phi house, visitors are greeted by a stately foyer with a beautiful wooden grand staircase flanked by an informal living room and a library. The large first-floor dining room is serviced by a commercial-grade kitchen catering to 160 sisters. The dining room will also serve as a large chapter room.

The second floor features 16 sleeping rooms, laundry facilities, restroom and showers, a sizeable T.V./multi-purpose area, and a separate study room. The third floor consists of ten additional sleeping rooms, a casual T.V. viewing area, restroom and laundry amenities, and a study.