When the University took down a brick building on 125th Street, a new and diverse group of workers made sure that almost nothing from the building went to waste.
Riverside Valley Community Garden was given a helping hand on Thursday, Sept. 25, when Bovis Lend Lease, in collaboration with Columbia University, held their 13th annual Community Day.
Columbia's long-term plan for an educational mixed-use area in the old Manhattanville manufacturing zone was overwhelmingly approved last year by the City Council as part of New York City's rigorous land use review process.
Columbia University President Lee C. Bollinger today issued the following statement in response to the New York City Council’s favorable vote to approve the University’s proposed rezoning of the Manhattanville manufacturing area into an academic mixed-use zone.
Historic plan will preserve and improve West Harlem character.
Columbia, Local Development Corporation Reach Long-term Collaboration Agreement on Enhanced Education, Health Care, Jobs, Affordable Housing and Other Civic Programs.
City Planning Commission Approves With Modifications Rezoning Of Manhattanville Manufacturing Zone To Allow For Columbia's Proposed Long-Term Expansion; University Affirms New Commitments To Protect Affordable Housing.
Columbia Announces Purchase of Site to be Developed As New Housing for Manhattanville Residents in City's TIL Program
TIL tenants to become homeowners sooner in new buildings.
Columbia University has hired an environmental design consulting firm, Atelier Ten to work with the University to establish and implement environmental goals for the proposed expansion into the old manufacturing area of Manhattanville in West Harlem.
Joseph ("Nick") Zuhusky and Peter Zuhusky, brothers and owners of Despatch Moving and Storage, have reached an agreement with Columbia University to sell their 56,250 square foot storage warehouse located at 3243-47 Broadway.
Hazel N. Dukes, President, NAACP New York State Conference of Branches, today issued the following statement in response to the City Planning Commission's meeting regarding Columbia University's application for the rezoning of the old Manhattanville manufacturing zone in West Harlem.
University Says Land Use Review Process Provides Opportunity for Progress and Public Engagement in Proposed Expansion.
The U.S. Green Building Council has chosen Columbia University's proposed Manhattanville expansion plan for a new "smart growth" pilot program.