Northeastern University
Building F



Building F


Northeastern University


Boston, MA




141,000 SF


Residence Halls

Partner Firm

Stull + Lee, Architects (John D. O’Bryant Center)

This mixed-use building includes three major uses: a Residence Hall with 230 beds, a Classroom Building with 7 general-use classrooms and a 270-seat auditorium, and the John D. O’Bryant Center for African-American Studies. It is the sixth and final building our office designed for Northeastern University’s West Campus, based on our Master Plan for the precinct.


Building F is one 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

2011 National AIA Specialized Housing Award

2009 BSA Higher Education Facilities Design Award

2008 AIA New England Design Merit Award

2008 BSA Housing Design Award

2008 International Masonry Institute New England Golden Trowel Award

Project Consultants

Structural Engineer | LeMessurier Consultants, Inc.

Mechanical / Electrical Engineer | Cosentini Associates, Inc.

Civil Engineer | Brassard Design + Engineering, Inc.

Landscape Architect | Pressley Associates, Inc.

Interior Design | Lab [3.2] Architecture

Lighting Consultant | Ripman Lighting Consultants

Photographer | Alan Karchmer + Alex MacLean + Stull & Lee

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