June 17, 2009—The Residential Revival, the housing plan that involves replacing existing residence halls with suite-style buildings, has significantly changed the look of the campus. See the progression of this $270 million project through these interactive campus maps, which integrate photographs, videos, and other images from 2006 through the present.
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May 2006–August 2007
Demolished: Wahr Hall
Built: Delaney and Putt halls
May 2007–August 2008
Demolished: Langham, Mack, Stewart, and Turnbull halls
Built: Suites on Maple West, Suites on Maple East, and Northern Suites
365 rentable beds
136,093 gross square feet
May 2008–August 2009
Demolished: Esch and Wallace halls and Campus Towers
Built: Suites on Pratt and Sutton Suites
IUP Magazine has covered the Residential Revival since its start in 2006. See previous stories from the magazine:
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