Dennis Brown | August 29, 2014
Construction on Campus Crossroads, a $400 million project that will use the University of Notre Dame’s iconic football stadium as a hub for new facilities supporting academic and student life initiatives, will begin in November, after the final home game of the season.
“We announced this project in January with the hope – though not necessarily the expectation – that we could begin in November,” Notre Dame President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., said. “Thanks to the tireless work of many, plans have been finalized and funds have been raised so that we can, indeed, commence construction on facilities that will unite and inspire every member of our campus community for decades to come.”
Crossroads construction will begin with work on the buildings connected to the east and west sides of Notre Dame Stadium.