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Porter Quadrangle (PORTER) - North Campus, Residential Sector



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Part of the Ellicott Complex, Porter is an undergraduate residence hall and also home to academic and administrative offices.

Namesake


Peter B. Porter Peter B. Porter (1773-1844), was a Buffalo lawyer, New York State congressman, and Secretary of War (1828-29) under John Quincy Adams. General in the U.S. Army during the War of 1812, Porter was also a member of the commission that surveyed the route later used for the Erie Canal. He died in Niagara Falls, New York.

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Building Facts

Primary function: Residence

Tenants: Classics, Student Academic Records and Financial Services Administrative Offices

Architect: Davis, Brody, and Associates of New York City; Milstein, Wittek, Davis Associates of Buffalo

Completion date: April, 1974

Gross square feet: 143,294

Construction cost: $1,616,000

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