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Northeastern University's International Village

Boston, MA United States

Colburn & Guyette


Project Description

The International Village at Northeastern University is a 7,000 sq.ft. dining facility featuring a market-style dining venue with an emphasis on exhibition cooking.

Individual platforms include a wood-burning-style pizza oven; authentic tandoor-oven cooking station; a bakery and bread bar with soup wells; an international concept serving ethnic specialties; full-view rotisserie cooking and carving station; full-service, cook-to-order grill; a salads-to-order platform; dedicated vegetarian and vegan station; and an extensive deli, delivering hot and cold sandwiches. Two of the most popular stations are a hot/cold breakfast bar, which serves breakfast all day, and a sit-at-the-counter sushi bar.

One of 16 facilities nationwide with a 3.5-star rating from the Green Restaurant Association, the International Village is also considered to be the largest residence hall in the United States to meet LEED Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

Kitchen / Serving - 18,000 sq.ft.

Equipment Cost - $1.9 Million


Project Details

Northeastern University's International Village
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    Colburn & Guyette, Food Service Design Consultants
  • Interior Designer: Prellwitz Chillinski Associates 
  • Architect: Kyu Sung Woo Architects 
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Project Size:
    470,000 sq ft
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