Chronological List of SU Buildings Special Collections Research Center

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1871 - Myers Block

1873 - Hall of Languages College of Liberal Arts

1887 - Holden Observatory

1887 - Old Oval

1889 - John Crouse College of Fine Arts

1889 - Von Ranke Library, now Tolley Building

1889 - SU College of Medicine (until 1896)

1892 - Gymnasium (Old Gym, Women's Gymnasium)

1895 - Bastable Block

1896 - SU College of Medicine (until 1937), 1958 dedicated as Peck Hall

1898 - Esther Baker Steele Hall of Physics

1898 - University Block

1900 - Winchell Hall, Dormitory for Women

1902 - Lyman C. Smith College of Applied Science

1902 - Chancellor Day's Residence (604 University Ave)

1904 - Haven Hall, Dormitory for Women

1904 - Crouse Mansion

1905 - Renwick Castle, Yates Castle

1907 - Sims Hall, Dormitory for Men

1907 - Machinery Hall

1907 - Lyman Hall of Natural History

1907 - Carnegie Library

1907 - Bowne Hall of Chemistry

1907 - Archbold Stadium

1908 - Archbold Gymnasium

1910 - University Farm

1912 - University Bookstore

1913 - Photography Building

1914 - Carriage House

1914 - Syracuse Dispensary, named Reid Hall in 1958

1915 - Chancellor's House

1915 - SU Hospital of the Good Shepherd, now Huntington Hall

1918 - Greenhouse

1919 - Joseph Slocum College of Agriculture

1926 - Hackett Hall

1926 - Infirmary and Student Health Service, 109, 111 and 113 Waverly Avenue

1927 - Steam Plant

1927 - Lehman Hall

1930 - Hendricks Chapel

1930 - Recreation Hall for Nurses

1937 - James A. Ten Eyck Boathouse, Onondaga Lake

1937 - Maxwell Hall of Citizenship and Public Affairs

1937 - SU College of Medicine (until 1950), now Weiskotten Hall

1943 - Washington Arms

1943 - Brewster House

1944 - Orange Publishing Company Building

1945 - Nursing School Building (until 1952)

1946 - M-0 & M-1 / Child Care Center

1946 - Colonial Building (Triple Cities College)

1946 - University College

1946 - Bauhaus / Sculpture Studio

1947 - Quonseteria

1947 - Thompson Road campus

1948 - Ski Lodge, now Inn Complete

1948 - Physical Plant

1948 - Pinebrook Conference Center, Upper Saranac Lake

1949 - Remington Rand

1950 - New Steam Plant

1952 - Nursing School Building (until 1972)

1952 - Joe and Emily Lowe Art Center

1952 - Robert Shaw Dormitory for Women, Shaw Living/Learning Center

1953 - Hoople Special Education Building

1953 - Women's Building

1954 - Minnowbrook Lodge, Blue Mountain Lake

1954 - Sagamore Conference Center, Raquette Lake

1954 - Watson Hall, Dormitory for Men

1954 - Marion Hall, Dormitory for Women

1954 - Ernest I. White Hall

1954 - Engineering Building 2, basement and sub-basement

1955 - Morris and Fannie Haft Co-operative Dormitory for Women

1955 - William Lawyer Hinds Hall, Engineering Building 1

1955 - Sherbrooke Apartments

1955 - Crouse House

1956 - Lubin Hall

1956 - Mount Olympus: Flint Hall Dormitory for Women

1957 - Chapel House

1958 - Regent Theatre

1958 - Day Hall Dormitory for Women and Graham Hall

1959 - Continental Can

1959 - M-17 Skytop

1959 - Hospital of the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Center, 804 University Ave

1959 - Skyhall I

1959 - Vincent Apartments

1959 - Nuclear Reactor

1960 - Sadler Hall, Dormitory for Men

1961 - Huntington Beard Crouse Hall

1961 - DellPlain Men's Dormitory

1961 - Ambassador and Roosevelt Apartments purchased

1961 - George Leroy Manley Field House

1962 - Kimmel Men's Dormitory

1963 - Biological Research Building (BRL)

1963 - Booth Men's Dormitory

1963 - Syracuse University Florence

1964 - Samuel I. Newhouse Communications Center

1964 - Haven Hall Dormitory for Women

1964 - Lubin House

1965 - Lawrinson Dormitory for Men

1965 - Film Rental Center

1966 - Grant Auditorium

1966 - Commissary

1967 - Merrill Hall

1967 - Physics Building

1968 - Brewster, Boland, Brockway Complex

1968 - 621 Skytop Rd

1969 - Drumlins Country Club

1970 - Link Hall Engineering Building

1970 - Slutzker Center

1972 - William B. Heroy Geology Laboratory

1972 - Ruth Van Arsdale Henry Center and Health Services Building

1972 - Skytop Housing Complex Phase I

1972 - Ernest S. Bird Library

1972 - Nursing School Building (until 2006), now 426 Ostrom Avenue

1973 - Marshall Apartments

1973 - Newhouse Communications Center II

1973 - Skytop Administrative Services Building

1974 - Skytop Housing Complex Phase II

1974 - Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center

1974 - International Living Center, now Oren Lyons Hall

1974 - Slocum Heights Apartments

1977 - Skybarn

1980 - Archbold Theatre

1980 - Carrier Dome

1981 - Marshall Square Mall

1982 - Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive

1982 - Hawkins Building

1982 - Comstock Art Facility

1983 - Crouse-Hinds Hall

1985 - Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center

1985 - Hildegarde and J. Meyer Schine Student Center

1988 - Center for Science and Technology

1988 - Paul Greenberg House, Washington, D.C.

1988 - Institute for Sensory Research

1989 - Minnowbrook Conference Center, Blue Mountain Lake

1989 - Lora and Alfred Flanagan Gymnasium

1990 - Ann and Alfred Goldstein Student Center

1990 - Dorothea Ilgen Shaffer Art Building

1991 - Pole Barn

1991 - Iocolano-Petty Football Wing

1993 - Melvin A. Eggers Hall

1995 - Roy D. Simmons Sr. Coaches Center

1997 - Joseph and Shawn Lampe Athletic Complex

1997 - Walnut Hall

1998 - MacNaughton Hall

1999 - Menschel Media Center

2000 - Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion

2003 - Winnick Hillel Center for Jewish Life

2003 - The Orange Grove

2005 - Whitman School of Management Building

2005 - Nancy Cantor Warehouse

2005 - 900 Block East Genesee St

2006 - 2610 South Salina St

2006 - 810 Nottingham Rd

2007 - 808 Nottingham Rd

2007 - Newhouse Communications Center III

2008 - Life-Sciences Complex

2009 - Ernie Davis Hall

2009 - Green Data Center

2009 - Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center

2009 - SyracuseCoE (Syracuse Center of Excellence)

2010 - Kenneth A. Shaw Quadrangle

2010 - 1320 & 1330 Jamesville Ave

2010 - 2331 South Salina St

2012 - Syracuse University Libraries Facility

2013 - Outdoor Education Center and Challenge Course

2014 - Dineen Hall

2015 - Ensley Athletic Center

2016 - University Place Promenade, now Einhorn Family Walk