Morris Brown College loses building to foreclosure

March 4, 2009
Loss of Jordan Hall not expected to affect student life on Atlanta campus

Financially embattled Morris Brown College in Atlanta has lost a classroom building, Frederick D. Jordan Hall, to foreclosure. Investors, who financed a $13.1 million construction loan for the building in 1996, bought Jordan Hall for a fraction of that sum at a foreclosure sale on the steps of the Fulton County Courthouse. The building sold for $900,000.Administration officials say the loss of Jordan Hall is likely to have little, if any, impact on day-to-day campus life, said. The college now has about 200 students enrolled.

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