The new five-story, 147,000 sq.ft. residence hall replaces Moore Hall—a high-rise tower that was previously demolished. The remaining high-rise tower (Sanford Hall) will remain in place. The new residence hall will complete the front quad, connecting Levine Hall, Housing and Residence Life Operations, and provide a direct pathway to South Village Dining Hall. The residence hall design includes traditional double rooms supported by communal bathrooms, study lounges, laundry rooms, multi-purpose rooms, and apartment suites for resident employees.
Mecklenburg County unveiled its $40.5 million American Legion Memorial Stadium that’s set to host its first event in just two weeks. read more at Charlotte Observer…
With enrollment growing each year, Agnes Scott seeks to raise funds for the renovation of a building that was built in 1891 and is known as the heart of campus.
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Moving right along with construction of the Charles R. Jonas Federal Courthouse Renovation and Annex in Charlotte, North Carolina.