Curious to find out what had happened, I did a web search and what I've gleaned will bring you up to date. The apartments have been named Ludus, and curious to find out exactly what this means, I did another search and discovered (courtesy of Wikipedia) the following (links left in for follow optional up):
In ancient Roman culture, the Latin word ludus (plural ludi) has several meanings within the semantic field of "play, game, sport, training". An elementary or primary school attended by boys and girls up to the age of 11 was a ludus.
In spite of a slight jolt when I realised that the old buildings, as we knew them, had gone, I thought the choice of Ludus for the new apartments was appropriate. Mind out, the word ludus was mostly used to describe a training school for gladiators!
Here, to the left, is the college as it was, and to the right, as it is now in its reincarnation as Ludus. Actually recognisable!
I wonder if they incorporated the Foundation Stone into the rebuild? It was located to the right of the main door, on the wall of the right hand wing.
I also found a picture of boarded-up Butler Hall - still recognisable! But a far cry from the 1960's when it was built as this photo from 1966 shows. Those boarded up ground floor windows could propbably tell a tale or two from the days when students got back late from a night out and climbed in through them!