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ROGERS &
ASSOCIATES, INC.
University of North Carolina at
Greensboro
Chancellor's House
Charlotte, North Carolina
Completion Date - 2005
Building Type - Office
Size - 6,000 SF

Former Chancellor's Home
Relocated 3 Blocks and
Rehabililated into the
University's Admissions Office
Jane Harris Armfield and Emily Harris Preyer
Admissions and Visitor Center
Once slated for demolition, the former
chancellor's residence bustles anew as the
Jane Harris Armfield and Emily Harris Preyer
Admissions and Visitor Center.

Built in the early 1920s, the Georgian Revival
mansion was designed by renowned
architect Harry Barton and has been home to
every chancellor but one. Chancellors have
used it to entertain such celebrities as
Eleanor Roosevelt, William F. Buckley,
Eudora Welty and Robert Frost.

In 2004, the 420-ton brick structure was lifted
from its foundation and moved 3 blocks to its
new site.
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