With $114M law center set to open, U. of Baltimore will repurpose old building
- The University of Baltimore's law school is leaving its 118,000-square-foot building at 1415 Maryland Ave., but the university is contemplating new ways of making use of the building.
- With 22% enrollment growth expected over the next 10 years, President Robert L. Bogomolny said popular subject areas like public administration and public affairs may be given room to grow in the building, and that it would also be used to provide students with much-needed additional workspace.
- Meanwhile, the law school's new $114.3 million, 12-floor, 190,000-square-foot John and Frances Angelos Law Center near Penn Station will open with a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 30 with guest speakers including U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, and Vice President Joe Biden and Gov. Martin O'Malley are scheduled to speak at an April 16 preview celebration.
From the article:
... The university plans to use the old law building to expand other program areas and to give students more space to study, collaborate and hang out, President Robert L. Bogomolny told the Baltimore Business Journal.
“We’re adding a fair amount of teaching and learning space by repurposing the old law center,” Bogomolny said. ...
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