Johnson & Wales Breaks Ground On Centennial Hall
DENVER (CBS4) – A historic Denver landmark is getting a major facelift.
Johnson & Wales University is renovating Treat Hall, which has been vacant since 1982.
It will be renamed Centennial Hall in honor of the university’s 100 year anniversary of existance. The university was first established in Rhode Island has had a campus in Denver since 2000.
The $15 million project will restore the inside of the building, creating classrooms, faculty offices and a state-of-the-art auditorium.