Facility Friday: Johns Hopkins Rec, NIU Baseball and More

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Johns Hopkins University is set to begin work this month on a $27 million project to renovate and expand the Ralph S. O’Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being. The facility will double the facility’s strength and cardio conditioning space, increase opportunities for group activities, and include new spaces for student wellness programs, including a cafe and social spaces. 15,000 square feet of new space will be added as part of the project, while an additional 15,000 square feet will be renovated. Architecture firms MJMA and GWWO are partnering on the project. — Hub.JHU.edu

Extreme Makeover: Rec Center Edition! The 3-story addition will feature:
Lots of natural light
Focus on wellness
New group activity spaces
@ShakeSmartInc cafe
And so much more... pic.twitter.com/nzgeZKWVss

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