Sennott Square is a major academic building on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The building designed by the architectural firm JSA was dedicated on September 5, 2002, and was the largest Pitt academic building constructed since 1978. The six-story, 248,000 gross-square-foot facility cost approximately $35 million and occupies a city block and is bounded by Sennott and Bouquet streets and Forbes and Oakland avenues. It combines classroom and office space with retail space on the ground floor facing Forbes and Oakland Avenues.
The second floor of the building is dedicated to the College of Business Administration, Pitt’s undergraduate business college. Floors three and four are used by the Department of Psychology, while the fifth houses the University of Pittsburgh School of Computing and Information's Department of Computer Science, the Intelligent Systems Program, and the School of Law's Civil Practice Clinic. The sixth floor houses the Computer Science department exclusively. The building has nine classrooms and two large seminar rooms, including a $400,000 Eli Lilly videoconferencing lab. The first floor is committed to retail space, currently including a Panera Bread. The facility has 72 short-term parking spaces underground and 18 metered street-level parking spaces.
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