Northeastern University
Buildings A, B, + C



Buildings A, B, + C


Northeastern University


Boston, MA




405,000 GSF


Residence Halls

These three signature Residence Halls provide Northeastern University with 1,050 undergraduate beds. The buildings organize the Campus' West Village around a major open green space and strengthen the University's presence along one of Boston's major avenues, directly across from the venerable Museum of Fine Arts.


Buildings A, B, and C are the first of eight buildings constructed as a part of WRA's West Campus Master Plan created for Northeastern University. The Master Plan organized 1.2 million square feet on a 10 acre site to create a vibrant mixed use section of campus facing one of Boston’s major avenues and is located directly across from the Museum of Fine Arts.

Awards + Recognition

2004 National AIA Architecture Honor Award

2005 National AIA Regional and Urban Design Honor Award

2005 National AIA-CAE/SCUP Merit Award for Excellence in Planning and Architecture for a New Campus

2004 BSA Campus Planning Award

2003 American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) Analysis and Planning Merit Award

2002 BSA/AIA New York Housing Design Honor Award

2002 Congress for New Urbanism Charter Excellence Award for Block, Street, and Building

2002 International Masonry Institute New England Golden Trowel Award

2001 BSA Design Award

2001 International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers Craft Award for Best Region 1 Brick Project

Project Consultants

Structural Engineer | LeMessurier Consultants, Inc.

Mechanical / Electrical Engineer | TMP Consulting Engineers

Civil Engineer | The BSC Group

Landscape Architect | Pressley Associates, Inc.

Lighting Consultant | Ripman Lighting Consultants

Photographer | Steve Rosenthal, Alex McLean

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