One Tribe Place, Constructed circa 1960

One Tribe Place is a co-ed dormitory at William & Mary that houses upperclassman. On March 22, 2013, William & Mary President Taylor Reveley announced the university would acquire the Hospitality House, a popular privately-owned hotel.

On March 22, 2013, William & Mary President Taylor Reveley announced the university would acquire the Hospitality House and its parking lot. The acquisition reflected a need for more student housing and parking space. The location of the hotel, directly across Richmond Road from Zable Stadium, and its brick exterior that aesthetically matched the university's buildings, made it an ideal choice for expansion.

The first student residents moved in to the newly-named One Tribe Place in fall of 2013.

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One Tribe Place, 2015

One Tribe Place, 2015

Photograph of One Tribe Place in 2015. | Source: University Archives Photograph Collection, UA 8. | Creator: College of William and Mary. View File Details Page

Hospitality House under construction, 1973

Hospitality House under construction, 1973

The construction of the Hospitality House, now One Tribe Place, on Richmond Road in 1973. | Source: Will Molineux Collection, Mss. Acc. 1997.041. | Creator: College of William and Mary. View File Details Page

One Tribe Place, 2015

One Tribe Place, 2015

The exterior of One Tribe Place in 2015. | Source: University Archives Photograph Collection, UA 8. | Creator: College of William and Mary. View File Details Page

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Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary., “One Tribe Place, Constructed circa 1960,” TribeTrek, accessed July 24, 2017, http://tribetrek.wm.edu/items/show/63.
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