The Crossing — South at Holden
The University of Central Missouri is building a $60 million mixed-use facility that will feature apartments, a Starbucks, a restaurant, the university store and a convenience store. The project's working title is The Crossing—South at Holden.
Join us a for a groundbreaking celebration!
Tuesday, April 29
10 - 11 a.m.
South and Holden (inside the construction fence)
- Introductions by President Ambrose
- Remarks by UCM Board of Governors President, Marvin E. "Bunky" Wright
- Comments about LEED Silver Certification by Jim Schraeder, Gould Evans Architecture
- Digging Ceremony
- Reception and refreshments at the Achauer House
Stay up to date on the university's progress on the new mixed-use residential and retail facility with an interactive timeline.
The 22,000 square feet of retail space will serve more than 12,000 UCM students, including 325 upper-class students who will live in the facility.
The future plaza at UCM is expected to create an active entryway to the campus from downtown Warrensburg.
Study and social spaces throughout the facility will include areas geared toward individual and group study, all overlooking UCM's Audrey J. Walton Stadium.