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Crosby Hall (CROSBY) - South Campus, Academic Sector

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Crosby Hall

William H. Crosby Hall houses classroom and office space for the School of Architecture and Planning. Visitors to the building can see architecture students planning and drafting their projects in Crosby's spacious design area.

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Crosby Hall was named by the University Council in honor of the contributions of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Crosby and their children to the university's development. William H. Crosby, a bicycle frame manufacturer, served on the UB Council and was active in the YMCA. At a critical point in the university's history, from 1919 to 1921, he served as university treasurer and also served for a number of years as chair of the finance committee. Crosby Hall, completed in 1932, was the first permanent home of the School of Business Administration (now the School of Management).

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Building Facts

Primary function: Academic

Tenants: School of Architecture and Planning

Architect: E.B. Green & Son

Completion date: June, 1931

Gross square feet: 76,088

Construction cost: $520,000

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