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Open to All

Built on the existing street grid north from 125th Street, the Manhattanville campus is open and accessible to surrounding blocks of West Harlem.

Opening Spring 2017

Jerome L. Greene Science Center

Columbia’s Jerome L. Greene Science Center, home to the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, is designed for the kind of social interaction and interdisciplinary thought among a diversity of scholars that is essential for new ideas to thrive. Its transparency and public spaces open the world of brain science to a wider community.

605 W. 129th Street
New York, NY 10027

Opening 2018

University Forum and Academic Conference Center

Situated at the crossroads of 125th Street and Broadway, the University Forum will not only provide a welcoming gateway to the campus, but also an intellectual crossroad where Columbia will finally have a world-class meeting space to host an array of academic conferences and public forums.

3207 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

Currently Open

560 Riverside

The building at 560 Riverside Drive provides faculty and graduate student housing.

560 Riverside Drive
New York, NY 10027

Opening 2021

Columbia Business School

Columbia Business School will relocate from Morningside Heights to the innovative new Kravis and Perelman buildings, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro to be the home of 21st-century teaching, learning and civic engagement.

Opening Spring 2017

Lenfest Center for the Arts

The home of state-of-the-art performance, screening and presentation spaces, and a vibrant, publicly accessible venue for Columbia’s Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, the Lenfest Center will allow Columbia University School of the Arts to realize the creative vision of students and faculty while becoming an active, engaged partner with the thriving cultural life of 125th Street.

615 W. 129th Street
New York, NY 10027

Currently Open

Studebaker

The Studebaker Building, once the home of auto manufacturing, received a LEED Silver award from the U.S. Green Building Council for Columbia's renovation creating environmentally sustainable new spaces for University administration.

615 W. 131st Street
New York, NY 10027

Currently Open

Prentis Hall

Prentis Hall, a one-time milk processing plant from Manhattanville’s industrial era, houses Columbia’s Center for Jazz Studies, Computer Music Center and studios for the School of the Arts.

632 W. 125th Street
New York, NY 10027

Currently Open

Nash

The Nash Building, originally built as an automobile showroom and service center, currently houses the International Students and Scholars Office, School of the Arts studio, rehearsal and support space, the School of Social Work social intervention group and offices for Columbia Athletics, CUIT, Finance and Public Safety, and some non-Columbia occupants. The building is also home to Columbia's Manhattanville historical interpretive exhibit on the ground floor.

3280 Broadway
New York, NY 10027

West Harlem Piers Park

Opened in 2009, the West Harlem Piers Park is a landscaped transformation of the historic Manhattanville shoreline. The two-acre park connects West Harlem to the Hudson River greenway and features a docking pier, fishing pier, bicycle and pedestrian paths and landscaped open space. The park also offers a broad mix of programs free of charge to the public. Columbia University provides funding for staff and enhanced services for the park through the City’s Department of Parks and Recreation.

West Harlem Piers
New York, NY 10027