Wednesday, September 30, 2015

"it made sense to purchase the building instead of renting it"

Dean College has purchased a downtown building for $5.7 million, a move officials said will contribute to the area's revitalization. 
The college formalized the acquisition of the building at 17 East Central St. within the last couple of weeks, said Gregg Chalk, Dean's vice president of marketing and communications. 
According to Chalk, the college does not expect to make any immediate changes to the property. 
"The college has had students in there since 2007," he said. "There are about 75 upperclassmen housed there, along with a resident director."
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