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It's All Greek To Me
Planning a New Greek Village at the University of West Florida By: Roger Godwin, AIA, LEED AP The fraternities and sororities at the University of West Florida (UWF) don’t have their own houses – or even a chapter room large enough to accommodate all of their members. In spite of this, the Greek system is thriving there in Pensacola, and the University wants to support the interests of these philanthropic and fraternal organizations that can enrich the lives of the students.
Old airport terminal is transformed into a charter school as part of a new master planned community. When a new airport opened in Panama City, the old airport property was acquired by developers planning a new community on the 704 acre site. Called “SweetBay,” the carefully planned area will eventually include homes, commercial space, parks, ponds and green space. This charter school, the University Academy, is among the first built elements of the new community. The abando