Baylor Landing Passes Into History
- Demolition crews work on removing Building 1.
- The brick fence surrounding Baylor Landing waits its turn as crews clear out the old apartment complex inside.
- The new Truett Seminary campus overlooks the demolition site as Baylor Landing is cleared to make way for a new office and parking complex.
- Heavy equipment operators clear debris from the property.
- The concrete foundation of what was Building 4.
- The remains of Apartment 13 wait to be removed.
Crews began taking down the university-owned Baylor Landing Apartments this week in preparation for the construction of a new office and parking facility.
The complex, which will be located at the corner of Dutton Avenue and University Parks Drive, will add 30,000-square-feet of office space for Baylor academic, information technology and other administrative departments.
In February 2002, Baylor University regents approved the first major components of Baylor 2012, the institution's 10-year vision, which includes several major construction projects on campus.
Photos By: Cliff Cheney / Baylor Photography Office