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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Campus Locations - #

An Index of Historical Content and Their Sources

21 Beech

 Citation: Updated B-W History, n.d.

21 Beech. Source: "Housing; Living-Learning Communities,", Student Life. Click on image to enlarge.

21 Beech, formerly Boy's Town, was purchased by B-W on January 7, 1995 after being leased for one year. The hall has a total capacity of 35 male and female students. The hall was renovated during the summer of 1995 to increase the capacity from 20 to 35 students. It was bought for a total of $622,000. The architects were Poyer, Porcelli, and Ramage and the contractor was Bennett Commercial. The hall is located at 21 Beach Street. 

63 Beech

 Citation: Updated B-W History, n.d.

63 Beach Street was formerly the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house. It is located at 63 Beech Street between Saylor and Klein Halls. It is now part of the Freshman Complex which also includes Saylor and Klein Halls. It houses junior and senior students who are course assistants for the Freshman Experience College 101 program.