About David M. Dennison Building
The David M. Dennison Building is a building located on the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The building is located at 500 Church Street. It was built in 1963 by Albert Kahn, and stands twelve stories in height. It is a brick building with a modern style. Twelve floors are above-ground, and there is one basement floor. The high-rise is used mainly for undergraduate education, particularly physics and mathematics. The low-rise section contains a number of large lecture halls; the two sections are connected by a breezeway on the second floor. The building is also home to the astronomy and astrophysics department.