Friday, November 5, 2010

Old News Worth Repeating

Temple University broke ground on the new building to serve the school's Architecture Department. The building is 45,000 square feet and complete the North Broad Main Campus's mini-arts quad, along with the Tyler School of Art, the Boyer College of Music and Dance, and the School of Communications and Theater.

The building was designed by H2L2 (Stamper Square) and will be completed by Fall 2011. It is part of Temple's "Temple 20/20" redevelopment plan. Additionally, Temple is expanding and renovating its McGonigle and Pearson Halls, and developing a new residential and retail project at Broad and Oxford.

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