Syracuse University Buildings:


Chronological List

Door The following is a chronological listing of the buildings of Syracuse University. This list has been prepared and is maintained by the Syracuse University Archives. To obtain detailed information on any of the buildings listed below, visit the alphabetical list or SU buildings link.

1871 - Myers Block

1873 - Hall of Languages College of Liberal Arts

1887 - Holden Observatory

1887 - Old Oval

1889 - John Crouse College of Fine Arts

1889 - Von Ranke Library, now Tolley Building

1889 - SU College of Medicine (until 1896)

1892 - Gymnasium (Old Gym, Women's Gymnasium)

1895 - Bastable Block

1896 - SU College of Medicine (until 1937), 1958 dedicated as Peck Hall

1898 - Esther Baker Steele Hall of Physics

1898 - University Block

1900 - Winchell Hall, Dormitory for Women

1902 - Lyman C. Smith College of Applied Science

1902 - Chancellor Day's Residence (604 University Ave)

1904 - Haven Hall, Dormitory for Women

1904 - Crouse Mansion

1905 - Renwick Castle, Yates Castle

1907 - Sims Hall, Dormitory for Men

1907 - Machinery Hall

1907 - Lyman Hall of Natural History

1907 - Carnegie Library

1907 - Bowne Hall of Chemistry

1907 - Archbold Stadium

1908 - Archbold Gymnasium

1910 - University Farm

1912 - University Bookstore

1913 - Photography Building

1914 - Carriage House

1914 - Syracuse Dispensary, named Reid Hall in 1958

1915 - Chancellor's House

1915 - SU Hospital of the Good Shepherd, now Huntington Hall

1918 - Greenhouse

1919 - Joseph Slocum College of Agriculture

1926 - Hackett Hall

1926 - Infirmary and Student Health Service, 109, 111 and 113 Waverly Avenue

1952 - Steam Plant

1927 - Lehman Hall

1930 - Hendricks Chapel

1930 - Recreation Hall for Nurses

1937 - James A Ten Eyck Boat House, Onondaga Lake

1937 - Maxwell Hall of Citizenship and Public Affairs

1937 - SU College of Medicine (until 1950), now Weiskotten Hall

1943 - Washington Arms

1943 - Brewster House

1944 - Orange Publishing Company Building

1945 - Nursing School Building (until 1952)

1946 - M-0 & M-1 / Child Care Center

1946 - Colonial Building (Triple Cities College)

1946 - University College

1946 - Bauhaus / Sculpture Studio

1947 - Quonseteria

1947 - Thompson Road campus

1948 - Ski Lodge, now Inn Complete

1948 - Physical Plant

1948 - Pinebrook Conference Center, Upper Saranac Lake

1949 - Remington Rand

1950 - New Steam Plant

1952 - Nursing School Building (until 1972)

1952 - Joe and Emily Lowe Art Center

1952 - Robert Shaw Dormitory for Women, Shaw Living/Learning Center

1953 - Hoople Special Education Building

1953 - Women's Building

1954 - Minnowbrook Lodge, Blue Mountain Lake

1954 - Sagamore Conference Center, Raquette Lake

1954 - Watson Hall, Dormitory for Men

1954 - Marion Hall, Dormitory for Men

1954 - Ernest I. White Hall

1954 - Engineering Building 2, basement and sub-basement

1955 - Morris and Fannie Haft Co-operative Dormitory for Women

1955 - William Lawyer Hinds Hall, Engineering Building 1

1955 - Sherbrooke Apartments

1955 - Crouse House

1956 - Lubin Hall

1956 - Mount Olympus: Flint Hall Dormitory for Women

1957 - Chapel House

1958 - Regent Theatre

1958 - Mount Olympus: Day Hall Dormitory for Women and Graham Hall

1959 - Continental Can

1959 - M-17 Skytop

1959 - Hospital of the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Center, 804 University Ave

1959 - Skyhall I

1959 - Vincent Apartments

1959 - Nuclear Reactor

1960 - Sadler Hall, Dormitory for Men

1961 - Huntington Beard Crouse Hall

1961 - DellPlain Men's Dormitory

1961 - Ambassador and Roosevelt Apartments purchased

1961 - George Leroy Manley Field House

1962 - Kimmel Men's Dormitory

1963 - Biological Research Building (BRL)

1963 - Booth Men's Dormitory

1963 - Syracuse University Florence

1964 - Samuel I. Newhouse Communications Center

1964 - Haven Hall Dormitory for Women

1964 - Lubin House

1965 - Lawrinson Dormitory for Men

1965 - Film Rental Center

1966 - Grant Auditorium

1966 - Commissary

1967 - Merrill Hall

1967 - Physics Building

1968 - Brewster, Boland, Brockway Complex

1968 - 621 Skytop Rd

1969 - Drumlins Country Club

1970 - Link Hall Engineering Building

1970 - Slutzker Center

1972 - William B. Heroy Geology Laboratory

1972 - Ruth Van Arsdale Henry Center and Health Services Building

1972 - Skytop Housing Complex Phase I

1972 - Ernest S. Bird Library

1972 - Nursing School Building (until 2006), now 426 Ostrom Avenue

1973 - Marshall Apartments

1973 - Newhouse Communications Center II

1973 - Skytop Administrative Services Building

1974 - Skytop Housing Complex Phase II

1974 - Faculty Center, now Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center

1974 - International Living Center, now Lyons Hall

1974 - Slocum Heights Apartments

1977 - Skybarn

1980 - Archbold Theatre

1980 - Carrier Dome

1981 - Marshall Square Mall

1982 - Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive

1982 - Hawkins Building

1982 - Comstock Art Facility

1983 - Crouse-Hinds Hall

1985 - Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel and Conference Center

1985 - Hildegarde and J. Meyer Schine Student Center

1988 - The Center for Science and Technology

1988 - Paul Greenberg House, Washington, D.C.

1988 - Institute for Sensory Research

1989 - Minnowbrook Conference Center, Blue Mountain Lake

1989 - Lora and Alfred Flanagan Gymnasium

1990 - Ann and Alfred Goldstein Student Center

1990 - Dorothea Ilgen Shaffer Art Building

1991 - Pole Barn

1991 - Iocolano-Petty Football Wing

1993 - Melvin A. Eggers Hall

1995 - Roy D. Simmons Sr. Coaches Center

1997 - Joseph and Shawn Lampe Athletic Complex

1997 - Walnut Hall

1998 - MacNaughton Hall

1999 - Menschel Media Center

2000 - Tennity Ice Skating Pavilion

2003 - Winnick Hillel Center for Jewish Life

2003 - The Orange Grove

2005 - Management Building, Whitman School of Management

2005 - Nancy Cantor Warehouse

2005 - 900 Block East Genesee St

2006 - 2610 South Salina St

2006 - 810 Nottingham Rd

2007 - 808 Nottingham Rd

2007 - Newhouse Communications Center III

2008 - Life-Sciences Complex

2009 - Ernie Davis Hall

2009 - Green Data Center

2009 - Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Centerr

2009 - SyracuseCoE (Syracuse Center of Excellence)

2010 - Kenneth A. Shaw Quadrangle

2010 - 1320 & 1330 Jamesville Ave

2010 - 2331 South Salina St

2012 - Syracuse University Libraries Facility

2013 - Outdoor Education Center and Challenge Course

2014 - Dineen Hall