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Flickinger Court (FLIC01) - North Campus

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Flickinger Court

Located on 11.5 acres adjacent to the North Campus, Flickinger Court accommodates graduate and professional students, and students with families, in more than 100 attractive townhouse apartments.

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Burt P. Flickinger Jr. (1926-97) was a dedicated friend of the university. As a businessman and a community leader, he "brought the world to Buffalo," devoting his time, energy, and effort to strengthening UB and Western New York. A native of Buffalo, Mr. Flickinger was a member of the board of trustees of the UB Foundation. He helped bring the World University Games to Buffalo in 1993, and was largely responsible for several new athletic facilities. In 1989, he received a SUNY Distinguished Citizen Award; in 1988 he was named Niagara Frontier Executive of the Year by the School of Management. In 1994, he received the SUNY honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, in recognition of his dedication and generosity of spirit.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Residence

Tenants: University Residence Halls and Apartments

Architect: Lauer Manguso & Associates Architects

Completion date: 1998

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