Multiple buildings at Northern Vermont University are up for sale or lease, including McClelland Hall and Senators South on the NVU-Johnson campus.
In a Nov. 4 interview, NVU Dean of Administration Toby Stewart said that there is outside interest in the buildings, but it’s unlikely there will be any movement in the next few months.
“Who knows,” Stewart said of when a sale or lease might occur and when the departments housed in McClelland might have to move out. “These sorts of things can drag on. It’s nothing imminent. I don’t see anything happening here as we roll into the spring semester.”
NVU President Elaine Collins said in an interview on Oct. 27 that “all options are open” for McClelland Hall. She said that they were not sure whether it would be sold, leased, or none of the above.
The purpose of leasing or selling the buildings is to reduce costs for the…