Representatives from the architectural firms planning the development of the UWindsor’s downtown campus will be on hand Thursday to discuss renovations to the Windsor Armouries, the former bus depot across the street and the Windsor Star complex several blocks to the west.
CS&P Architects and the heritage consulting firm E.R.A. Architects will present drawings and floor plans reflecting the vision which will bring approximately 1,500 students, faculty and staff into the heart of the city in 2014.
An open house will welcome the public to the armouries on October 4, for one last chance to see the building before the start of construction. The event will run 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the historical building, located on University Avenue at Freedom Way. Representatives from the City of Windsor will join UWindsor president Alan Wildeman, project managers, and the architects to speak with attendees.
Visit www.uwindsor.ca/downtown for full details.