Ann Arbor Area Community News
In hopes of easing the housing crunch and improving living conditions, University of Michigan administrators announced plans this week to build at least one apartment-style residential building (the first new residence hall to be built since 1967), renovate Stockwell and Mosher-Jordan halls, and make cafeteria improvements throughout campus. From The Ann Arbor News article:
The University of Michigan plans to spend up to $280 million in the next 10 years to build at least one new residence hall and make extensive renovations to five aging halls.
>see also The Michigan Daily’s coverage
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