Demolition Planned For Old UWindsor Residence, Electa Hall

Monday March 23rd, 2015

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Electa Hall at the University of Windsor is coming down.

The student residence complex at the corner of University and Patricia was built in two phases. Phase I was constructed in 1957 and Phase II, known as the annex was built in 1962.

The original building is three floors tall and includes a basement and mechanical penthouse. The annex is five stories tall with a basement and penthouse that houses a now-closed lounge.

Both buildings are joined by a small building addition only at the basement and 1st floor.

The residence hall began as a women’s residence for Holy Names College, and was named after Sister Mary Electa, a noted educator of the time who became the first Dean of the College.

In 1950, Holy Names College was transferred to Assumption University, and later to the University of Windsor.

Demolition is expected to start in the summer and be completed by the end of October.

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