102 Church Street—President's Residence
The University of Iowa President’s Residence, a neo-Georgian home perched on a bluff overlooking the Iowa River, is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The home was completed in 1909 for a total cost of $25,067. President MacLean was the first to move into the house in 1909, which at that time also housed the President’s Office. Today, the President’s Residence still serves as the private home of the UI president and hosts hundreds of University events throughout the year.