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The Payden Academic Center Trinity Washington University

August, 2016
21st century learning: The first new building built at Trinity Washington University in more than 50 years, The Payden Academic Center brings state-of-the-art nursing and science labs to a campus with roots in the Victorian Era. The exterior blends with the architectural style of other campus buildings, with a façade comprised of precast and stone and the roof covered in terra cotta tiles.

The first new building added to Trinity’s historic Washington, D.C. campus in more than half a century, provides much needed instructional space for the school’s growing nursing and health programs as well as a step into modern architecture.

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