Northrop and Gillett houses, located across from John M. Greene Hall, were found in need of several physical improvements when surveyed in 2010. This summer’s renovations of the buildings include window replacements, repointing masonry, heating system replacement, lighting improvements, the installation of an elevator, renovating the basement lounge space, expanding the Gillett kitchen and dining area, and other measures.
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Northrop and Gillett
Interior stairwells will give two access points to all five floors, negating the need for exterior fire escapes.
Masons are repointing brick facades on Northrop and Gillett to match older bricks.
All windows are being replaced throughout Northrop and Gillett.