Here's What You Can Access as a Community Member on Columbia's Manhattanville Campus
As the Manhattanville campus comes to life with the opening of the Columbia Business School, check out these cool places.
January 10, 2022
With the opening of the Columbia Business School this spring, we wanted to ensure that the community is aware of the numerous public spaces on the Manhattanville campus. Enjoy a cup of coffee at one of the cafés, then take a stroll through an art gallery, and if you're up for it, go rock climbing. But who says you have to do it all in one day? Check out these places while you're in the neighborhood.
Zuckerman Institute's Education Lab, located in the Jerome L. Greene Science Center building, gives the public a chance to experience science at a full range from exploring the brain to internships for local high school students.
The Wallach Art Gallery, located in the Lenfest Center of the Arts building, is an art gallery in the heart of Harlem that features collaborations with renowned art institutions and local artists.
The Wellness Center provides education and resources to people in the community looking to make healthy lifestyle adjustments.
Foodie? Climber? Coffee Lover?
Manhattanville Market is the Uptown food court with local and international flavors for everyone in the Jerome L. Greene Science Center building.
The Vital Climbing Gym, formerly known as Steep Rock Bouldering, offers day passes or memberships for young people and adults to participate in indoor rock climbing.
Dear Mama, located in the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, has an array of menu options including their secret signature drink, Mexico City Mocha.
The Café (opening soon), located in Geffen Hall at the Business School, will include products from graduates of the Harlem Local Vendor Program from the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center (SBDC).
The Square (opening soon) will be an open space between the Business School buildings. In warmer months, it will be a great place for a picnic.
The Plaza, located outside of the Lenfest Center for the Arts, is a public space with benches to sit and catch a break. Look out for public events on the Plaza that take place throughout the year.
The Forumlobby (currently closed) offers free WiFi for community members to bring their laptops and work in a relaxing environment.