Northside Hall

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The limestone Indiana University Center (now known as Northside Hall) opened in September, 1961, already too small for the needs of its 1,500 students. The most attractive feature of the building was its 800 seat auditorium with a fully equipped stage and ample dressing rooms. The concrete-faced five-story addition known as Northside West was built in 1970-1971 to add desperately needed classroom, laboratory, library and office space, as well as a 300-seat performance space for music and theater productions as well as large lecture classes. Known for years officially as Northside 138, it was remodeled and acoustically enhanced in 2015 and renamed the Louise E. Addicott and Yatish J. Joshi Performance Hall.



Further Information on Space

Digitization Date

Mar 2022

Digitization By

Tome Trajkovski

Digitization Method

Matterport Scanning


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