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Columbia Business School and The Square Earn LEED Gold Certification for New Buildings in Manhattanville
Columbia University continued the trend of sustainable new construction with its new Business School buildings, Henry R. Kravis and David Geffen Halls, and The Square, a one-acre public green space, which combined were awarded LEED® Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
The lower-level event space in Lerner Hall is about to undergo a transformation worthy of its location on Broadway.
Over the course of the next year, renovation will take place to create a world-class performance space for musical, dance, and artist performances, and arts-related programming and activities.
Hear from the Historic Preservation project team about the process to restore St. Paul's Chapel.
Columbia has made it a mission to improve the accessibility of its campus to the fullest extent possible while maintaining the integrity of Columbia’s historic architecture.
From 2017 to 2019, the chapel underwent a historic restoration, including a complete replacement of the terra cotta roof, repair and cleaning of the interior Guastavino tiles at the dome and main altar, and more.
Highlights of recent academic, research, and student life capital investment across the Morningside campus.
ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Use the map below to view active construction projects on the Morningside and Manhattanville campuses. Click on each individual icon for a description of the project and its anticipated completion date.