KnightNews.com uncovered conceptual architectural drawings of a possible Greek Park 2 Tuesday afternoon from the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life on campus.
Nearly 17 Greek organizations are interested in on campus housing, according to the public records received by KnightNews.com. The renderings show that up to 6.7 acres has already been approved for “Special interest housing.”
The proposed 6.7 acre lot is located on the corner of Alafaya Trail and Gemini Blvd. across the street from the Sigma Chi fraternity house.
With the recent crime spike in what many call the off campus “Greek Ghetto,” most students we talked to were not opposed to the building of the new Greek fraternity houses on campus.
Plans to build a second Greek park on campus have been on and off in recent years at UCF. This project is nowhere near being done, and is not yet even set in stone.
Keep checking back to KnightNews.com as we keep you updated with details as they unfold in the near future.