Wrigley Hall accommodates ASU's School of Sustainability and Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability. The building is named in honor of Julie Ann Wrigley, who made a significant contribution to ASU to establish the Global Institute of Sustainability in 2004. The institute is home to the first School of Sustainability in the U.S., established in spring 2007.

The building's most visible features, the roof wind turbines, are a functional reminder that ASU is committed to renewable energy sources. The building was renovated in 2006 utilizing sustainable products, including high-recycled content materials, low-emitting indoor paints and GreenGuard certified furniture. The building is designed to take advantage of the abundant natural sunlight available, and utilizes an occupancy sensor-controlled lighting system. Water efficiency fixtures are incorporated throughout the building.

The building was dedicated in 1966 and was the home of the College of Nursing and Health Innovation, now located at the Downtown Phoenix campus. The 48,800 square foot building includes six classrooms and is located near a light-rail station on Cady Mall, at the corner of University and College Avenues.

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