The $2 million
project was undertaken with the construction of Eggers Hall, to make the two
$12.8 million project was completed in March 1999 and included not only a new
fabric roof, but also a number of other improvements, such as a more efficient
snow-melt system, a new sound system, and a permanent safety-rope system.
Alumni and Faculty Center
of the existing faculty center was completed in 1997. It included a 5,700-square-foot
addition, providing 17,200 square feet of space to consolidate alumni functions
under one roof, and to offer ongoing faculty center services.
renovations to the building at 700 University Avenue were completed in 1998,
all functions of the Division of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions were
brought together in one building.
the University Hill Corporation, and the Crouse-Marshall Business Association
created a plan to revitalize the Crouse-Marshall Business District. Congressman
James Walsh secured $1.85 million in funding for the project in 2000 and an
additional $1.9 million in 2001. The project, completed in two phases, resulted
in buried utility lines, the installation of new lighting, the restructuring
and bricking of sidewalks and streets, an altered parking configuration, and
the addition of street furniture, landscaping, information kiosks, and a new
included three new indoor tennis courts for SU tennis teams.
$4.5 million project, completed in 2000, created a major new suite of laboratories
on the fourth floor of Link Hall. The facilities were designed to support teaching
and research in environmental systems engineering.
were completed to accommodate the School of Social Work.
and Jules R. Setnor Auditorium
College Auditorium was extensively renovated, and it was renamed in 1999 in
honor of Rose ’33 and Dr. Jules R. Setnor ’32, G’35.
renovations are under way at this New York City extension of
July 1998, the University purchased Marshall Square Mall, a 32,000-square-foot
shopping center in the 700 block of University Avenue. The facility will continue
to function as a retail and service-oriented business center.
Syracuse University Hotel & Conference Center
University purchased this facility, located in the heart of campus. Numerous
upgrades will be completed in 2001.
residence hall space has been adjusted to reduce density
and meet changing student needs. Occupancy has remained
at full or near-full capacity.