Elizabeth Hall, built in 1958, is: "a 3-story building with accommodations for 130 girls in double rooms and 6 girls in single rooms. One of these single rooms on each floor provides for monitors. One House Mother's Suite adjoins the office. There is one typing room on each floor fitted with mechanical ventilation so the room can be shut off for silence. Double Lounge or Study Rooms are provided on each floor.
The building is laid out with all noisy facilities in the center. These include bath and toilet rooms, a laundry where the girls may use automatic coin-operated washers and dryers, ironing boards, coke machine, kitchenette unit and telephone.
The Main Entrance opens into the Lobby with the Office right at hand; a hanging closet for dry cleaning and cabinet for in and outgoing wash. All are supervised from the main desk.
There is a Call System to each floor so girls may be contacted and answer regarding visitors calling for them. The Lobby opens into the Main Lounge overlooking the lake, where receptions may be held and tea served from a snack bar adjacent to Lounge. A small Sitting Room also opens off of the Lobby where boys may wait for their dates to come downstairs.
A stairway leads down from the Lobby past the East Entrance terrace to the Recreation Room on the lower level. This room also looks out on the lake and has full length glass doors opening onto a terrazzo paved terrace for dancing.
Two-thirds of the girls' rooms face south and look out toward the lake. The north part of the lower floor, which is tucked back into the hill, is occupied with boiler room, electric switch gear room, maids' locker rooms, trunk room, trash room, etc.
Structurally, the building is fire resistant, carrying a triple A rating.
It has a reinforced concrete frame with steel joists over which support poured concrete floors finished with rubber tile and vinyl asbestos tile. Bathrooms have tiled floors and wainscots and metal or marble toilet and shower partitions. Exterior walls are stuccoed and the roof is Spanish tile.
The heating system is oil burning hot water with modern convectors in every room. Windows are aluminum awning type for 100% ventilation.
Each student's room has built-in, prefabricated wood desks, chests and closets, which provide approximately four feet of hanging space for each student.
Architecturally the building is contemporary Spanish to harmonize with the existing campus architecture.
Bright, cheerful colors have been used throughout, and planting is being designed in keeping with the Florida scene."