Planning for Higher Education Journal

How Universities Adapt Grand Old Homes to Gain Both Space and Grace

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From Volume 28 Number 3 | Spring 2000
By David Paul Helpern, Stephen Engblom, Margaret Castillo

Institutions referenced in this resource:
New York University, Yale University, Wesleyan University

Increasingly, historic or merely old houses near campuses are being absorbed by universities to fulfill their educational mission and round out the facilities inventory. But are they worth converting? Experts in assessing and adapting these residential structures discuss the pro's and con's.

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