Campus makeover in Henderson, Nev.

Nov. 6, 2008
Touro University facelift will double the size of the campus

One of the most unassuming landmarks in Henderson, Nev., Touro University, is getting a facelift that university officials say will make the building's exterior a better projection of its interior. In 2004, Touro opened its Henderson campus in a converted warehouse. Since then, the campus has expanded three times, to 140,000 square feet, and is eyeing a fourth expansion that will include a neighboring building and more than double Touro's current size. When the façade renovation is complete, Touro's campus should go from visible to noticeable.

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