Yale University 320 York Street

Formerly known as the Hall of Graduate Studies, 320 York Street is a complex of buildings designed by James Gamble Rogers in the 1930s. These gothic revival buildings surround two interior courtyards and feature a fourteen-story tower and ornate gothic details. Following the completion of an existing conditions assessment, DBVW developed construction documents for a complete exterior restoration of 320 York Street. DBVW is currently working as a consultant to Ann Beha Architects, who is designing the adaptive reuse of this building into the intellectual hub for the teaching and research of humanities at Yale.

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