La Salle Gets in on the University Building Boom

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As if Temple, Drexel and Penn weren’t busy enough, La Salle University has now announced its own big, new building: a 78,000-square-foot business school at Chew and Wister on its Germantown campus. The Inquirer calls the $35 million project La Salle’s contender “in what has become an arms race for the newest and best on Philadelphia campuses.”

Other recent projects or proposals: Drexel’s LeBow Hall; Penn’s Singh Center; a planned St. Joe’s addition; and Temple’s Morgan Hall.

Though zoning approval hasn’t been secured, the plan calls for:

– 300-seat auditorium
– corporate-style boardroom
– sales training laboratory
– computer rooms
– simulation labs
– large atrium for social events

La Salle to build $35M business school

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