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MINNEAPOLIS—As part of its effort to expand its Downtown Minneapolis campus, the St. Paul-based University of St. Thomas recently bought the MacPhail Center for the Arts building at 1128 Lasalle Ave. St. Thomas runs a Graduate School of Business on its campus a block north of MacPhail at 1000 LaSalle Ave. and plans to build a new law school near the site.

School officials have yet to be determine whether the MacPhail building would be incorporated into the law school or torn down. The terms of the sale will allow MacPhail to operate in the building until 2004, although it plans to relocate in the downtown Minneapolis area before that deadline.

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