NEW YORK | Columbia University Manhattanville Campus | (15 Buildings) | FLOORS


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Columbia University Manhattanville Campus Expansion

Development Plan

Construction will occur in gradual phases, primarily on the four large blocks from 129th Street to 133rd Street between Broadway and Twelfth Avenue. Also included are properties on 125th Street and on the east side of Broadway between West 131st and 134th Streets.


NEW YORK | 3229 Broadway (Columbia Manhattanville) | FT | 9 FLOORS
NEW YORK | 614-618 West 131st St (Columbia) | 173 + 132 FT | 12 + 9 FLOORS
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Site #1:

3205 Broadway [Commercial Observer]: Columbia University is set to begin work on a “60,000 square-foot academic conference center” at their Manhattanville Campus, wedged between West 125th and 129th Streets. Permits to demolish a one-story structure at 3205 Broadway have been filed with the DOB.


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Construction is wrapping up at Renzo Piano’s Jerome L. Greene Science Center, the first building for Columbia University’s Manhattanville Campus expansion. Set to open Spring 2017, the 9-story, 450,000 square-foot building will bring together researchers from across the University including the Columbia University Medical Center, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. The ground floor will house the Center for Education and Outreach, a public education center focused on brain science that will serve the general public and K-12 schools.

The third RPBW building in Columbia University’s master plan for the Manhattanville campus, the Academic Conference Center, has reached ground level. Located south of the Science Center, it will house a 400-seat auditorium and state-of-the-art seminar and meeting rooms inside a five-story structure.

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There is some massive foundation work further north as well.


TECTONIC


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Update: I have no photos, but building one and two are complete and the foundation for buildings 10 and 9 is finishing up. Crane is on site. So this should start rising soon.


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