The "TAU-plex", comes complete with 36 large private bedrooms and bathrooms, a large central courtyard behind the houses, and a main chapter house. The House is, by design, square footage, and housing capacity, the largest fraternity housing complex on FSU's campus. It is also one of the closest fraternity houses to the Doak football stadium on West Pensacola Street behind Delta Zeta and Southgate. Other "On-Campus" fraternities (in contrast to fraternities living off campus at Heritage Grove) include Sigma Chi, Kappa Alpha Order, Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Sigma Kappa, Chi Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Delta Tau Delta.
The developers, Chance Partners LLC, worked in close coordination with ATO housing corp directors in planning a complex that would suit the short term needs of our large chapter while fundraising for our even larger fraternity mansion on campus. The layout and architecture of these three buildings evoke the old world Florida charm. With the backdrop of the Leland Oaks and the hanging moss from its branches, we felt that this building was appropriate for its location. The complex contains 36 private bedrooms and bathrooms, and a large living area for the residents in the white columned house for the chapter
Alpha Tau Omega will be taking over all three buildings on the complex and has fenced and enclosing the complex. For any questions or comments regarding the alumni role in the development of this property for ATO, contact Micah Ketchel at 850-865-5398 or firstname.lastname@example.org
(all three ATO houses side by side, 36 private rooms and 40 total bathrooms with massive backroom courtyard)