Vagelos Laboratory to Rise on Walnut Street

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Penn Trustees approved the design for the Vagelos Laboratory for Energy Science and Technology, a $173 million, 110-000 square-foot, seven-story building that will be built at 3200 Walnut Street. Made possible through gifts totaling $70 million to the School of Arts and Sciences from P. Roy Vagelos C’50 Hon’99 and his wife Diana T. Vagelos [“Gazetteer,” May|Jun 2019], the facility will bring together researchers from across the University and include a complement of collaborative spaces and offices with a new landscaped courtyard linking it to Shoemaker Green. Construction is anticipated to begin in March 2022 and be completed by fall 2024.

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