- Project Owner: Gamma Theta Chapter of Delta Gamma Fraternity
- Location: Gainesville FL
- Completion Date: August 2019
- Project Size: 25,000sf
- Partners: Hug and Associates
Delta Gamma’s long history at the University of Florida is now captured and elevated with the construction of their new 25,000 sf house situated on a prominent corner of Sorority Row. The existing two-story house was demolished, and the site prepared for the larger three-story multifaceted residential building. Appointed with both front and side terraces, the Delta Gamma House offers thirty-six large sleeping rooms, a central Gathering Room and a larger Dining/Chapter Room with seating for close to 200. Additional amenities include a small conference room, a parlor, an additional partitioned study/dining area, a spacious patio with pergola and porch swing, and a roof-top sun terrace. The House Director’s Suite includes a private bath and living/kitchen area. Site improvements include a vehicle drop off lane, covered scooter parking, new hardscape, and landscaping.
The interior design, performed by JBanks Interiors, is a tailored masterpiece from floor to ceiling. Custom furniture pieces adorned with the DG logo are tastefully positioned throughout as well as ornate area rugs reflecting this chapter’s Gator identity. Specialized wallpaper and unique anchor themed touches throughout the house never let a visitor forget they are in a Delta Gamma Sorority House.