The 92,000-square-foot Ent Center for the Arts, built on the western edge of the UCCS campus at a cost of $70 million, was designed to be LEED Gold certified, meaning it is environmentally friendly.
The 92,000-square-foot Ent Center for the Arts, built on the western edge of the UCCS campus at a cost of $70 million, was designed to be LEED Gold certified, meaning it is environmentally friendly.

Carolyn Fox is proud of the newest building on the UCCS campus, and not just because she calls the Ent Center for the Arts “a piece of artwork in itself.” Fox touts the acoustics of the five performance venues, the continuous lobby that offers views of Pikes Peak, and the stylish exterior. As the UCCS […]

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