||Anne Vanko Liva, previous owner of the Liva Arts House and a long time pianist and music teacher
||9,768 sq ft
A four-story, brick and brown shingle structure, York House was purchased in the early 1980s by the University to be used as a student residence, accommodated approximately 40 students.
York House became the Liva Arts House when art history professor Josephine Dunn, Ph.D., selected it as the location for a themed residence for arts and music and renamed after its previous owner, musician Anne Vanko Liva. The Liva Arts House residential program ended in 2003, though the Liva Arts Company carries on the Liva Arts tradition.
"University eyes Hill section house
7 May 1982: 1.
"Fine Arts residence planned
25 April 1990: 3.
"University houses rededicated to service and art themes
7 September 1990: 6, 16.
"Liva Arts Celebrates 20th Anniversary With Performance
," University press release 7 April 2010.