Columbia Business School Opened This Week on the Manhattanville Campus. Take a Look.

New photos from inside Columbia Business School's two new buildings on the Manhattanville campus. 

Kelly Moffitt
January 27, 2022

Big news this week as Columbia Business School officially marked its move to the Manhattanville campus and students started their semester. The Business School consists of two buildings designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with FXCollaborative, called Henry R. Kravis Hall and David Geffen Hall.

In addition to ushering in the future of business education, the 492,000-square-foot buildings will also offer the wider community space for civic life, including a new home for the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center on the second flood of Geffen Hall.

Below, a special greeting from Dean Costis Maglaras welcoming students to the new space. 

In other exciting news this week, it was announced that students applying to the Business School will have access to a new scholarship fund in the 2022-23 academic year, thanks to a $10 million gift from Robert F. Smith (BUS'94), founder, chairman, and CEO of Vista Equity Partners.

To celebrate this banner week, we're sharing an inside look at the new buildings. Scroll below and keep your eyes on the Business School website and social media in coming weeks for more details. 

Dean Costis Maglaras
David Geffen Hall viewed from Kravis Hall.
Kravis Hall Foyer
Masked students in a lecture hall in Kravis Hall.
A study hall in Kravis Hall
Students in a Columbia Business School lecture hall.
A well it room with tables and chairs
Costis Maglaras speaks with a friend in Columbia Business School.
A view of the Innovation Lab signage.
A view of the exterior of Kravis Hall.

Curious about the Manhattanville campus overall? Check out this handy guide from the Columbia Neighbors team.