Columbia University Dedicates Its 17-Acre Manhattanville Campus

October 24, 2016
Columbia's Manhattanville buildings Lenfest Center for the Arts and Greene Science Center

Lenfest Center for the Arts (left) and Jerome L. Greene Science Center (right). Photograph by © Columbia University/Frank Oudeman

Marking the achievement of the first major step in Columbia University’s most transformational building project, leaders of the University today dedicated the new Manhattanville campus, now taking shape along Broadway immediately above West 125th Street.

Columbia President Lee C. Bollinger was joined by distinguished faculty, University deans, and students in welcoming civic and community leaders and internationally renowned architect Renzo Piano of Renzo Piano Building Workshop, which designed the campus master plan with Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Piano also designed the first buildings to rise on campus: the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, housing the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, and the Lenfest Center for the Arts.

Learn more about the new Manhattanville campus.