The Alpha Gamma Delta FHC began in the fall of 2010 with one property and two staff members. For many years leading up to the launch of the FHC, Alpha Gamma Delta volunteers and staff members dreamed about a game-changing housing model that could combine the collective knowledge and energy of the Fraternity’s resources and provide the best possible housing experience for our members. In 2010, Alpha Gamma Delta was invited back to Syracuse University to re-establish our Alpha chapter. As a part of this re-establishment, the FHC was formed and our first project was to renovate the chapter house, located at 709 Comstock Avenue. In the fall of 2011, the chapter house opened her doors to Alpha Gam collegiate members once again, becoming the first chapter to be renovated and managed by the FHC.

Today, the FHC provides property management services to over 90 Alpha Gamma Delta chapters with over 150 staff members in the headquarters office and working in local chapters across the country. We create and maintain safe, competitive and attractive homes with careful attention to detail that highlights the traditions and personality of each Alpha Gamma Delta chapter.

A Peak Inside the Butterfield House


The Alpha Gamma Delta house at Syracuse is known to many as the ‘Butterfield House,’ named after its architect and Alpha Gamma Delta founder, Emily Helen Butterfield.  To take a virtual tour of the Butterfield House, click here.