What’s going on with that school? Open forum on USciences Campus Master Plan this Wednesday

March 29, 2016


Former Alexander Wilson School building at 46th and Woodland.

It’s been a while since local community members received any updates on the University of the Sciences’ (USciences) plans regarding the re-development of the former Alexander Wilson School building at 46th and Woodland. This Wednesday (March 30), residents are invited to get the latest scoop about this project at a community meeting on the university’s campus.

The meeting will feature an update on the Campus Master Plan, including the Alexander Wilson School site, remarks from University leadership, an open forum for questions, and a chance to interact with University representatives and partners. Light refreshments will be served.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m., and here’s the agenda:

7:00-7:45 p.m. – Introductions and Remarks
7:45-8:00 p.m. – Open Forum for Community Questions
8:00-8:30 p.m. – Refreshments and Meet & Greet 

The meeting will be held at one of USciences’ new buildings – Integrated Professional Education Complex, 2nd Floor (45th and Woodland). The building is located behind Glasser/Woodland Hall (No. 14 on the campus map).

Just a reminder that USciences purchased the shuttered Alexander Wilson School building in 2014 with plans to turn it into student housing with some retail options.

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