Unit K-3 Tex-41-CH-90 
Texas Eta chapter founded
Renamed Sigma Phi Epsilon House
Repurposed as Department of Housing office
Repurposed as student housing
Converted to offices
Houses the Office of Research and Special Programs
Adams House was a two-story student residence-turned-office building located at the southwestern corner of the intersection of Avenue I and 20th Street, facing north.
The building had many occupants as evidenced on older maps: it was at one time the former home of the Texas Eta chapter of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and then for many years the offices of the Housing and Food Services department. It wasn't until the 1990s that the building again became student housing and began appearing with Adams' name - once Adams Hall had been demolished.
Residence Life announced in October 2005 that the house would be converted to offices beginning in January 2006 so that the Frels and Wilson buildings could be vacated in preparation for their demolition. The Office of Research and Special Programs moved to the building in Fall 2006.
The seldom seen and oft-rumoured Adams House “rear entrance”- with golf cart garage.
Signage by the back door isn't as fancy as by the front door.
Signage out front the building identifies this as headquarters for the Office of Research. Can you spot the typo?
Behind the bushes at the northeast corner is the building's identification number.
A view of the eastern side of Adams House and the terribly-disjointed intersection of Avenue I and Bowers Boulevard.