Clay Hall

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Dublin Core

Title

Clay Hall

Subject

EKU Building

Description

Built in 1966 and named in honor of EKU Regent Sidney Clay, Clay Hall is an air-conditioned ten-story building for 404 women and men. Featured are a centrally-located community bath on each floor, laundry room, and kitchen area, several study rooms, a 24-Hour Quiet floor, and two Non Smoking floors.
Referred in documentation as Women's Dorm #4.
Clay Hall is a recently renovated, ten-story home to all classifications of students. There are kitchens located on each floor which are perfect for preparing snacks or meals. Each room has a sink, built-in wardrobes and shelves, and moveable beds. Clay enjoys 2 large laundry facilities, a billiards lounge, TV/programming areas, and an outdoor patio which was completed in Summer 2010.

Date

Created: 1966

Format

62,067 (Assignable Sq. Ft)

Type

Physical Object

Coverage

"Eastern Kentucky University,
Richmond, KY,
Madison County, KY,
USA
37.740241,-84.298117"

Building Item Type Metadata

Architect

Hartstern Louis and Henry

Original Cost

$1,988,000.00

Most Recent Renovation Date

2008

Named After

Sidney Clay - Regent

Citation

“Clay Hall ,” Discover EKU, accessed April 22, 2019, https://discovereku.eku.edu/items/show/1514.

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