Loyola Breaks Ground on 1901 Venice Boulevard Project

posted on Friday, June 14, 2019

On Tuesday, June 11th at Hayden Circle, Loyola High School broke ground on the long-awaited 1901 Venice Boulevard Project during a ceremony at sunset with over 100 guests in attendance.

(Keep up to date with construction of the project by visiting this page for video and time-lapse footage!)

President Fr. Gregory M. Goethals, SJ ’73 was joined by Loyola Board Chairman Rick Caruso, Vice President for Advancement Lela Diaz, donors, alumni and many other members of the Loyola community as they dug into the historic 1901 Venice Boulevard soil. The evening kicked off the rebuilding of Xavier Center, the enhancement of Hayden Circle and the creating of a Veterans’ Wall of Honor, saluting past and present Cubs serving our country.

The 1901 Venice Boulevard Project is scheduled for completion in late 2020. For more information, please click here for Loyola’s press release that highlights this historic event.

Watch the video below to see what we have in store and visit our homepage by clicking here.