Two more U-Windsor residence halls to be demolished

The mounting costs of deferred maintenance are being cited for the decision to demolish two more residence halls at the University of Windsor. The university announced that Clark I and II residence buildings, built during the 1980s, are now slated to be taken down, following the October 2015 demolition of Electa Hall. The university said “the age of the buildings, the extensive nature of renovations needed, and the shifting demographics of students seeking residence accommodation” were driving forces behind the decision. 

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