Earlier today, we shared photos of Alabama’s upgraded Sorority Row, including four brand new houses and renderings of a couple others that will soon be completed. They are big, and they are really nice. View them here.
The article from AL.com dropped this gem about the new houses:
According to the Panhellenic Association’s website, each house can be approximately 40,000-square-feet.
I legitimately thought it was a typo. I was wrong. Gamma Phi Beta is constructing a 40,000 sq. ft. monstrosity of a home.
The University of Alabama’s chapter of Gamma Phi Beta broke ground on their upcoming 40,000 sq. ft. house Saturday, which is set to be the largest housing project in the sorority’s national history.
“Frankly, we just outgrew our current house,” Jennifer Meehan, president of the Gamma Phi Beta UA House Corporation Board, said. “The new house will house 68 women, and we’re so looking forward to moving in to the new facility.”
View renderings of the house below: