Mountain Classic Real Estate Buys Historic Brigham Young University Building for Restoration


Amanda Knight Hall was originally constructed in 1939 as a women’s dormitory on the campus of Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.

PROVO, UTAH — Mountain Classic Real Estate (MCRE) has purchased Brigham Young University’s Amanda Knight Hall for an undisclosed price. MCRE plans to restore the property to its historical Gothic-style architectural significance.

Located at 800 N. University Ave. in Provo, Amanda Knight Hall was constructed in 1939 as a women’s dormitory. The building was used as the first Provo Missionary Training Center, as well as the Church Language Training Mission Center from 1964 to 1976. Since then, the property has served a variety of short-term academic and auxiliary purposes for BYU.

Kreg Peterson and David Bauman of CBRE represented the seller, Brigham Young University, in the deal.

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