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CU’s fine arts building to be demolished, replaced

BOULDER – Crews are expected to begin demolishing the University of Colorado’s old fine arts building on the Boulder campus next month to make way for a $63.5 million visual arts complex.The new, 170,000-square-foot building will house the department of art and art history and the CU Art Museum.It’s scheduled to open next year.It is the last of four large-scale projects funded by students through a capital-construction fee enacted by the student government in 2004.The other projects are a new technology center, a new law school building and renovation of the business school building.

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