The big picture is the positive impact UNCG is about to have on Greensboro, said Mike Byers, associate vice chancellor for campus enterprises. Whereas the city’s plan to spur development along the Lee Street/High Point Road corridor might have taken many years, the university’s investment in the UNCG/Glenwood Mixed-Use Village will do that much more quickly. Chancellor Linda P. Brady made introductions as the Board of Trustees’ July 15 teleconference information meeting began. Byers explained that Phase I of the UNCG/Glenwood Mixed-Use Village project will encompass 800-bed student housing, with mixed-use space on the ground floors along Lee Street.
Film, “Floating Weeds” Thursday, July 28, 6:30 p.m., Weatherspoon Auditorium Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, Aug. 4, 8 a.m., Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House Welcoming reception for Dr. Edna Chun (HRS) Friday, Aug. 5, 10 a.m., EUC Auditorium foyer Art tour, Noon @ the ‘Spoon Tuesday, Aug. 9, noon, Weatherspoon Film, “Rackstraw Downes: An Interview” […]