Above, the University’s $330 million arts-and-transit complex began to take shape during the summer. Scheduled to open in November are the new Wawa convenience store, left foreground, and the new train station directly behind it. Extending along the two buildings is the Dinky platform. Beyond the station, foundation work has begun for a three-building complex for the Lewis Center for the Arts and the music department. McCarter Theatre is visible at top right.
Across campus, demolition work continued on the interior of the former Frick chemistry lab, at left. After extensive renovations expected to be completed in fall 2016, the building — renamed 20 Washington Road — will house the economics department and the University’s international initiatives.