PRINCETON, N.J. - The Hun School of Princeton, a college preparatory school here, has received the go-ahead from township planners to build a 30,000-square-foot campus center on the school grounds to be called The Global Commons. Scott Landis, principal of The Landis Group – and a former Hun student – is spearheading the $8.5 million project.

“This will be the first new building at the school in 45 years,” Landis tells “I was asked by headmaster to help him create a global commons multi-purpose building to transform the school. It’s a fantastic concept. I immediately said: ‘I’m in.’”

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