Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Fenn Tower renovated and rededicated

Historic Fenn Tower, built as the National Town & Country Club in 1930 and once the home of the YMCA's Fenn College, has received a major renovation for use as a dorm for Cleveland State students. The Tower was recently rumored to be slated for demolition, but an outcry from alumni gave it this life as a residential building once again (it seems many universities try to tear down their original building, only to be forced to do a 180 like this). (Jennifer Gonzalez. "Making CSU a little more like home." Plain Dealer. Monday, August 14, 2006. Page B-3. Sidebar: Rachel Dissell. "Making old new at CSU." Sidebar: "Fenn (then) and now". Editorial: Tuesday, August 15, 2006. "Making a campus of CSU.")

1 Comments:

At 6:08 PM, Anonymous Chad Hanawalt said...

I'm a CSU Student and an Urban Studies major with a focus on Historic Preservation and I'm very grateful to the University for saving this great bit of History.

 

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