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Living Village Begins Construction

Project Updates / October 12, 2023 by Bruner/Cott

Congratulations to Yale Divinity School on celebrating a significant milestone for the Living Village Project!

On October 11th, our project team joined Yale Divinity School staff, faculty, trustees, and more to signal the official start of construction for the Living Village project with a groundbreaking ceremony. Scheduled for completion in August 2025, the Living Village will be the largest Living Building Challenge (LBC) 4.0 certified residence on a university campus in U.S. history, and the first on an Ivy League campus.

We are thrilled to see this project move forward and eventually inspire those who experience it to deepen their connection with the natural environment.

Visit the project’s official website to learn more.

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