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Loyola University - Quinlan Life Science Building

Address

1050 W. Sheridan Rd.

Neighborhood

Rogers Park

Owner

Loyola University Chicago

Year Constructed

2006

Architect

Solomon Cordwell & Buenz

Sq. Footage

180,000

Floors

5 Stories

Building Description

The Quinlan Life Science Building houses research and teaching facilities for the Biology and Chemistry Department and is designed to more fully integrate the teaching and research functions of this cutting edge academic program. The key elements of the building include specialized laboratories, classrooms, 200- seat auditorium, faculty and departmental office space, student lounge space and a greenhouse.

Year Joined the Retrofit Chicago Energy Challenge

May 2014