A Look into the Future of the Siegel Center at Sarah Lawrence College

The Siegel Center at Sarah Lawrence College recently reached a significant milestone. President Cristle Collins Judd and members of our Zubatkin team opened the doors of our construction site for a behind-the-scenes tour for a group of graduating students. In a touching tribute, these students left their mark by signing a wall of the building, becoming a permanent part of the center’s history.

Originally built in 1916 by William Van Duzer Lawrence, the Ruth Leff Siegel Center has evolved significantly over the years. From housing faculty, to serving as the college infirmary, to becoming “The Pub” – a collaborative space for students – the center is now entering its next chapter. The Siegel Center is set to transform into a dynamic “HUB”: a center for humanity, understanding, and belonging. It will feature new spaces to support and bring together multiple student communities, including Common Ground, the LGBTQIA space, and the Spiritual Space.

Zubatkin is honored to partner with Sarah Lawrence College, Consigli, and DIGSAU architects in planning, designing, and implementing this beloved space for the campus!

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