Herstand Hall

Built in 1926 by architect Cletus Bergen, this five-story, 40,718-square-foot structure originally housed Slotin and Co., one of the largest dry goods wholesalers in Savannah during the early 20th century. The building was partially renovated in the 1980s by former SCAD architecture student Barry Rentzel, an effort that included partial removal of the heavy timber structure to create the current open five-story atrium. Current renovation plans for Herstand Hall include adding computer labs, foundation studies classrooms, lecture rooms and faculty offices, as well as open lounge, study and gathering spaces.

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101 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Savannah, Georgia

Built in 1926 by architect Cletus Bergen, this five-story, 40,718-square-foot structure originally housed Slotin and Co., one of the largest dry goods wholesalers in Savannah during the early 20th century. The building was partially renovated in the 1980s by former SCAD architecture student Barry Rentzel, an effort that included partial removal of the heavy timber structure to create the current open five-story atrium.

Current renovation plans for Herstand Hall include adding computer labs, foundation studies classrooms, lecture rooms and faculty offices, as well as open lounge, study and gathering spaces.

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