Washington University in St. Louis plans to construct a new state-of-the-art building for Arts & Sciences, the largest school on the Danforth Campus, announced Chancellor Andrew D. Martin.
The university’s Board of Trustees was advised of the administration’s commitment for the new building, estimated to be between 90,000 and 120,000 square feet. This project will move forward through the board approval process. The building and the surrounding landscape will create a new quad at the heart of campus, west of Olin Library and north of Graham Chapel.
Martin announced plans for the new building during a Dec. 6 kickoff event for the “Power of Arts & Sciences,” a weeklong series of virtual events highlighting the school’s impact and launch of its strategic plan.
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