Named for Ebenezer Fitch
Formerly Berkshire Hall
30 Driscoll Hall Drive
16,868 sq. ft.
Fitch houses 44 upper class students in a friendly building of 28 singles and 8 doubles. The basement has a nice-sized kitchen and common area. Rooms have wood floors and, if you’re lucky enough to get on the second or third floor, you’ll have beautiful views of the quad and the surrounding purple mountains. Built in 1905 and renovated in 1994, Fitch belongs to the Currier Neighborhood.
Major Construction History
|1905||Built, named Berkshire Hall
Architect: Francis R. Allen (Allen & Collens)
|1963||Renovated, renamed Fitch
Architect: The Architects Collaborative
|1994||Renovation and refurbishment||$944,270||2007||Cornice repair
General Contractor: Allegrone