King Family Commons
Texas Christian University
The new Worth Hills Village at Texas Christian University was created as a direct response to increasing demand for on-campus housing and a need for modern housing to accommodate TCU’s active Greek life. Consisting of three upper division residence halls, a multipurpose building with a dining hall and a future Greek Village with 11 chapter houses for 25 fraternity and sorority chapters, the $150 million complex will provide over 1,300 new beds for the University.
King Family Commons, which supplements the dining facility on campus, is designed to build community in the development. The space offers multiple dining platforms, an outdoor amphitheater, Greek Life offices, meeting space and multiple areas to study, socialize, watch TV or recharge one’s self or one’s electronic devices. The two-story center houses four micro restaurants with dining venues that will seat approximately 710. The project, completed in 2015, achieved a LEED Gold certification.
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