Construction on TCU Greek Village to Begin in May

  • May 3, 2016

Cranes and bulldozers have become a common sight on Texas Christian University’s campus in Fort Worth with the renovation of nearly every residence hall, the most recent being Colby Hall, which reopened last year.

But there’s one group of residences that hasn’t been hammered on yet – the fraternity and sorority houses, located between Bellaire Drive North and West Berry Street.

That will soon change when construction for 11 new Greek houses begins in May. Phase 1 consists of seven houses: six buildings to hold 13 sorority chapters and one building to hold two fraternity chapters.

The Greek village will be built by Beck and New York-based designer KSQ Design will be the architect.

Read more about the project on fortworthbusiness.com.