Woodbridge House

Named for Luther Dana Woodbridge, Class of 1872

17 Park Street
6,084 sq. ft.

Woodbridge House 2012

Woodbridge House 2012

About Woodbridge House

Woodbridge House was named for Luther Dana Woodbridge, Class of 1872, a physician who taught anatomy and physiology at Williams from 1884 up to his sudden death, in Woodbridge House, in 1899. Williams purchased the property in 1977. With a highly-acclaimed kitchen, the Woodbridge co-op has 11 single rooms and two doubles. It is close to campus yet tucked away in a quiet setting a stone’s throw from the ’62 Center.

Major Construction History

Date Project Cost
1977 Conversion to student housing $53,000
1996-97 Refurbishment and upgrades
Additional Funding
$244,940
$117,000