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Facilities department to host West End Neighborhood town hall Jan. 9

Jan. 6, 2020, 9:42 AM

The Vanderbilt Facilities department is hosting a town hall to discuss progress to the West End Neighborhood project on Thursday, Jan. 9, from 5 to 6 p.m. in the Carmichael Towers East Lounge.

In the West End Neighborhood, former surface parking lots, roads and alleyways have been transformed into green space to create an environment more conducive for student gatherings and events. (Vanderbilt University)
In the West End Neighborhood, former surface parking lots, roads and alleyways have been transformed into green space to create an environment more conducive for student gatherings and events. (Vanderbilt University)

Leadership from the Facilities department and Layton Construction will share their timeline for upcoming work in the West End Neighborhood and how it will affect those living and working in the area.

The town hall will include not only leadership sharing its vision for the area, but also a Q&A session in which students, faculty and staff can ask questions, share concerns and offer advice on how the project can be adjusted to better serve them.

For up-to-date information about this project, subscribe to the West End Neighborhood newsletter or follow the Facilities department on Instagram and Twitter @FacilitiesVU.

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