John G. Rangos Family Foundation Building
The Rangos Family Foundation Building was completed and occupied in 2001. We are proud of (and humbled by) this building, which represents a decade of planning, fund-raising, and construction. The 28,700 sq ft Rangos Building is home to the Father Georges Florovsky Library, the administrative offices, and the Metropolitan Philip Auditorium. The building also features a central atrium, reception area, mailroom, and a staff lounge.
The Metropolitan Philip Auditorium, located on the top floor, can seat 250, and has a central sound system and attendant catering kitchen.
The library comprises two separate but interconnecting floors and includes a circulation area, three offices, work space, a cataloging office, two acoustical seminar/study rooms (one of which is outfitted with audio/video facilities), a reading room with seating for forty-five, and an accessible but secure stacks area with compact shelving for a maximum capacity of more than 250,000 volumes.
The Rangos Building also houses the seminary's computer servers, and is pre-wired with enhanced cat-5 wiring connecting 384 separate ports.