Our ongoing collaboration with the Vincentians allowed us to rethink and restore some of their historic seminary buildings for contemporary residents.
In Rome we converted Collegio Leoniano, a historically significant but underused seminary, into a welcoming space for financially challenged young people studying abroad, many of whom had never left New York before they ended up in Rome.
In Paris we added educational and dormitory facilities for American students studying abroad. The current owners now live side-by-side with their American neighbors.
And in Princeton we reimagined a former seminary as an educational campus, bringing in revenue while respecting the heritage and character of the site.
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