Tuesday, October 11, 2011

$2.2B Of New CUNY Buildings In The Pipeline

Borough of Manhattan Community College
Fiterman Hall Replacement
- $325 million
This new 390,000-square-foot building will contain classrooms, instructional laboratories, computer labs, faculty offices, administrative offices, student/faculty services, building services, and support functions, as well as an art gallery on the main floor.

Bronx Community College
North Instructional Building and Library
- $102 million
This new 98,000-square-foot facility will have 15 large classrooms and a café on its first floor; the second floor will house the two-story information commons, along with a ring of small group-study rooms and lounge.

City College Campus
Advanced Science Research Center and New City College Science Facility
- $744 million
The new Advanced Science Research Center will be a 206,000-square-foot research facility providing state-of-the-art laboratories for research in nanoscience, photonics and environmental remote sensing.  A second 190,000-square-foot science lab building will provide new facilities for City College's Science Division.

City College Campus
Marshak Building
- $45 million
This project will replace the facade and install a new curtain wall in the building, which currently houses most of the college's science research facilities.

Hunter College
School of Social Work
- $141.3 million
A property in Harlem was purchased to relocate the school from its current leased facility on Manhattan's Upper East Side, giving the school a permanent, owned facility. This new 147,000-square-foot building will house the School of Public Health and faculty housing

John Jay College
New multi-use building
- $587 million
This 600,000-square-foot building will provide classrooms and lecture halls, modern forensic science labs, instructional and research laboratories, faculty offices, student activities and academic support services, administrative offices, and campus services.

Lehman College
New Science Facility,
Phase I
– $77 million
This 169,000-square-foot building is the first of a three-phase facility that will create the cornerstone of the sciences at Lehman. The project is expected to be the first CUNY building to receive a LEED Gold Rating from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Medgar Evers College
Academic Building I
- $235 million
This building will provide state-of-the-art classrooms and computer labs for all disciplines, as well as instructional labs and faculty offices for the School of Science, Health and Technology. The 195,000-square-foot structure will also house the college's main dining facility.