Above: Limestone Park I, to be located at the current Holmes Hall site on the corner of Avenue of Champions and South Limestone, is part of the housing plan that the UK Board of Trustees is expected to approve in the next phase of its ambitious housing plan, an $84 million, two-dorm project. 
Right: Holmes Hall, on The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation's "Eleven in Their Eleventh Hour" list of endangered buildings.
Above: Limestone Park I, to be located at the current Holmes Hall site on the corner of Avenue of Champions and South Limestone, is part of the housing plan that the UK Board of Trustees is expected to approve in the next phase of its ambitious housing plan, an $84 million, two-dorm project. Right: Holmes Hall, on The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation's "Eleven in Their Eleventh Hour" list of endangered buildings.
Above: Limestone Park I, to be located at the current Holmes Hall site on the corner of Avenue of Champions and South Limestone, is part of the housing plan that the UK Board of Trustees is expected to approve in the next phase of its ambitious housing plan, an $84 million, two-dorm project. Right: Holmes Hall, on The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation's "Eleven in Their Eleventh Hour" list of endangered buildings.

University of Kentucky trustees expected to approve two new dorms on Limestone

January 31, 2014 12:02 AM

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