The University of Notre Dame is starting the construction of Johnson Family Hall, a women’s residence hall on the northeast side of campus.
The nearly 70,000-sq.-ft. Johnson Family Hall will have a unique design and will integrate elements of campus architecture and Notre Dame residence hall traditions, including a chapel, courtyard and various spaces for studying and socializing.
Johnson Family Hall will be the 32nd residence hall on campus and increases the number of women’s halls to 15. It is the fourth addition to a quad of some of Notre Dame’s newest buildings.
Located north of McCourtney Hall, a facility dedicated to research in the molecular sciences and engineering, Johnson Hall is east of Flaherty and Dunne residence halls.
The new hall will house 225 women and is expected to open in fall of 2020.