6430 N. Kenmore Avenue
Cuneo Hall is a Gold-LEED-certified building that opened in June 2012 and is in the top 5% of energy-efficient classrooms on college campuses. Named after Loyola benefactors, John and Herta Cuneo, the building retains the old architecture of the campus by closely resembling its neighboring buildings, Dumbach Hall and Cudahy Science Hall. Other building features include state-of-the-art classrooms, a green roof, and an advanced filtration/ cooling system. Cuneo Hall's classrooms vary in size from capacities of 15-100 and are great for sustainable meetings, trainings, or lectures.