Princeton will build new athletic facilities at the Meadows Neighborhood in West Windsor. The new facilities will provide spaces that attract spectators from the University and broader communities, celebrate athletic history and traditions, and generate welcoming environments for coaches, students, and staff.
The new Haaga House will be the home for Princeton’s Varsity Women’s Rugby team, and the Men’s Rugby club. The 7,260 GSF facility will include locker rooms, shower facilities, team rooms, athletic medicine room, public gender-neutral restrooms, covered public viewing areas, and a second-floor coaches’ platform, as well as display cases. The new building will be located at center field.
The buildings, athletic fields, and landscapes reflect the principles and strategies of the University’s Campus Plan Sustainability Framework and comprehensive Sustainability Action Plan. Strategies include habitat-based landscaping plans to layered sustainable energy and advanced stormwater management systems to deeply integrative sustainable design features in buildings.