The University of Louisville is tearing down three former residence halls to make way for a 45 million student housing complex WDRB-TV

The University of Louisville is tearing down three former residence halls to make way for a $45 million student housing complex.

Demolition will clear the way for new student housing at University of Louisville

$45 million facility will provide living space for 500 students.

The University of Louisville is tearing down three former residence halls to make way for a $45 million student housing complex.

WDRB-TV reports that Center, Wellness and West Halls, which were built in the 1970s, are being demolished.

The new residence hall will have suite-style living for 500 students and will be geared toward upperclassmen. University officials say the facility is slated to open in the fall of 2016.

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