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List of Syracuse University buildings

This list of Syracuse University buildings catalogs currently-existing structures of Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York. Buildings are listed alphabetically.

Building Image Constructed Notes Reference
200 Walnut Place (Counseling Center)
Alibrandi Catholic Center 1982
Archbold Gymnasium 1908 [1]
Archbold Theatre 1980
Barclay Law Library (College of Law) 1984
Belfer Audio Archives 1982
Biological Research Building 1963
Bird Library 1972
Booth Hall 1963 8 floor coed dormitory building housing 261 students [2]
Bowne Hall 1907
Brewster/Boland/Brockway Complex
Carnegie Library 1907 [1]
Carriage House
Carrier Dome 1980
Chancellor's Residence Obtain 1915, Constructed 1901/1902
Commissary
Comstock Art Facility 1982
Crouse College 1884 [1]
Crouse-Hinds Hall 1983
Day Hall and Graham Dining Hall 1958 Named for Chancellors James Roscoe Day (1894-1922), and William Pratt Graham (1937-1942), respectively [3][4]
Day Care Center
DellPlain Hall 1961
Drumlins Country Club 1926
Eggers Hall 1992
Flanagan Gymnasium 1989
Flint Hall 1956
Gebbie Clinic 1972
Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center 1902 The Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center(GAFC) is a 3-story red brick building which has a Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, until 1974 when the Syracuse University purchased the building from the fraternity and renovated it. The building now serves as an Alumni Center where students, faculty and alumni may gather. In addition to this, the GAFC now serves as a restaurant as well. [5]
Goldstein Student Center 1990
Grant Auditorium (College of Law) 1966
Greenberg House, Washington, D.C. 1990
Haft Hall 1955
Hall of Languages 1873 [1]
Haven Hall 1904
Hawkins Building 1982
Hendricks Memorial Chapel 1933 [1]
Henry Health Center 1972
Heroy Geology Laboratory 1972
Hinds Hall 1955
Holden Observatory 1887 [1]
Hoople Special Education Building 1953
Hospital of the Good Shepherd 1972
Huntington Hall 1915
Inn Complete
Kimmel Hall 1962
Lawrinson Hall 1965 Seventh tallest building in the city of Syracuse [6]
Link Hall 1970
Lubin Hall 1956
Lyman C. Smith Hall 1902 [1]
Lyman Hall of Natural History 1907 [1]
M-17 Skytop
Machinery Hall 1907 [1]
MacNaughton Hall (Law School) 1998
Management Building, Whitman School of Management 2004
Manley Field House 1962
Marion and Watson Halls 1954
Marshall Square Mall
Maxwell Hall 1937 [1]
Menschel Media Center
Minnowbrook Lodge
Moon Library (Forestry College) 1967
More House 1905 Original Catholic Chapel. Alibrandi Catholic Center building addition built in 1982
Newhouse Communications Center I 1964
Newhouse Communications Center II 1974
Newhouse Communications Center III 2007 The third addition to the Newhouse communications center, this building has the First Amendment to the United States Constitution etched into the windows. The building also includes a 350-seat auditorium, a dining facility and a media research center. The construction costs of the building was approximately $30 million with $17.5 million coming from the Samuel I. Newhouse foundation, which was one of the largest private donations in the school's history. [7]
Physical Plant
Physics Building 1967
Regent Theatre Complex
Sadler Hall 1960
Schine Student Center 1980
Science and Technology Center/Life Sciences Complex 1994/2008
Sensory Research
Shaffer Art Building 1990
Shaw Hall 1952
Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center 1985
Sims Hall 1907 [1]
Ski Lodge
Skybarn
Skytop Administrative Offices 1973
Skytop Housing Complex Phase I 1972
Skytop Housing Complex Phase II 1974
Slocum Hall 1919 Houses the School of Architecture [1]
Slutzker Center
Steam Station
Steele Hall 1898 [1]
Syracuse Center of Excellence 2010
Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion 2000
William P. Tolley Administration Building 1889 Built as the Von Ranke Library, the building was converted to administrative use in 1907. It was designed by Archimedes Russell, it is a Romanesque style building of red brick, with circular towers. [1]
University College
Walnut Hall
Washington Arms 1953
The Nancy Cantor Warehouse 2006
White Hall 1954
Winnick Hillel Center for Jewish Life 2003
Women's Building 1954

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Robert Mann and Alice Jean Stuart (1980). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: Syracuse University-Comstock Tract Buildings". Retrieved 2008-01-25.  and Accompanying 19 photos, exteriors and interiors, from 1978
  2. ^ "Booth Hall". Building Descriptions. Syracuse University. Archived from the original on 2008-01-15. Retrieved 2008-01-26. 
  3. ^ "Day Hall," Syracuse University Archives. Accessed: March 9, 2014.
  4. ^ "Graham Dining Center," Syracuse University Archives. Accessed: March 9, 2014.
  5. ^ "Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center". Building History. Syracuse University. Retrieved 2008-02-01. 
  6. ^ http://www.emporis.com/application/?nav=building&lng=3&id=lawrinsonhall-syracuse-ny-usa
  7. ^ Quinn, Kevin. "Chief Justice of the United States John G. Roberts, Jr., to deliver Newhouse III dedication keynote next fall". Syracuse University News. Syracuse University. Retrieved 2008-02-17. 

External links

  • Media related to at Wikimedia Commons
  • Syracuse University Buildings Archive list


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