Regents Agree Destroy Everything

OMFG GFDI

More to come…

Remember what they did to this building last July? The second oldest building in the
Oak Knoll Historic District at the University of Minnesota?
It was demolished on July 1, 2010.

Music Education Building

Well…it appears…the Regents of the University of Minnesota were just getting started.

To be DEMOLISHED:
Norris Gymnasium and Field House (1914)
Wesbrook Hall (1896)
Veterinary Anatomy Building (1901) St. Paul Campus
Newman Center (1952)
Klaeber Court (1967)
722 Fulton Ave SE (Mpls)
1304 Cleveland Ave (Berry House) Saint Paul
1316 Cleveland Ave (Weighley House) Saint Paul
527/529 Oak Street SE “incorporated into a new parking lot”

Building to be “Decommissioned and Mothballed for Future
Adaptive Re-use”

Eddy Hall (1881) the OLDEST building on the Twin Cities campus.
Although the press release says there are “No plans to demolish the
building” Mothballing is 3/4 down the road to demolition.
http://www.uservices.umn.edu/heritage/national_register/eddy_nr.htm

More details to follow…conveniently announced during
finals week…demolitions to occur during the summer.

Happy Preservation Month Courtesy of the Regents of the
University of Minnesota.

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