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Moos Health Sciences Tower

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Identification

Moos Health Sciences Tower
Moos Tower, Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Unit A Tower
122739

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
aggregate
light brown
brutalism

Usages

university university office wet laboratory
café vivarium

Facts

  • The lowrise portion at the southwest corner of Washington Avenue & Harvard Street is officially known as Weaver-Densford Hall.
  • Tallest Building on the University of Minnesota campus.
  • Named after Malcolm Moos, president of the University of Minnesota from 1967-1974 and the chief speech writer for President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Moos was the first Minnesota native and University alumnus to serve as President.
  • A multi-level skyway and tunnel connects this building to the adjacent Phillips-Wangensteen Building, located just to the south.

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Location

515 Delaware Street SE
308 Harvard Street SE
500-598 Washington Avenue SE
515 Delaware Street Southeast
55455
U of M
University
Minneapolis
Minnesota
U.S.A.

Technical Data

81.79 m
81.79 m
72.75 m
17
2
1971
1974

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