Greek Village Becomes a Reality; First Houses Complete by Fall 2016

Greek Village Becomes a Reality; First Houses Complete by Fall 2016

The Southeast Board of Regents awarded a $7.72 million contract for the Phase 1 Greek Housing project at its Oct. 5 meeting. The contract allows the University to move forward with a construction budget for the housing development on the north end of the campus, north of the Show Me Center. The project includes the construction of four houses and an access drive off of Alumni Drive. The project schedule calls for two houses to be complete by fall 2016 and two by fall 2017.

The houses will be leased by four Southeast fraternities: Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu and Sigma Phi Epsilon. While the University will finance the cost of construction, the financing costs will be amortized to the chapters through their lease rate.

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