University buys site for graduate school campus

Sept. 28, 2007
Quinnipiac pays $439.6 million for 104-acre complex.

Quinnipiac University has completed its purchase of a 104-acre complex in North Haven, Conn., that it will convert to a graduate center. The school paid $39.6 million for the former Blue Cross & Blue Shield property. Quinnipiac will renovate a vacant 150,000-square-foot building to accommodate the first graduate programs, slated to move to the campus in 2009. The university eventually will take over other buildings totaling 450,000 square feet.

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