New York University Renovates Historic Structures for School of Global Public Health

Published 4-14-2020
  • New York University - School of Global Public Health
  • New York University - School of Global Public Health
  • New York University - School of Global Public Health
  • New York University - School of Global Public Health
  • New York University - School of Global Public Health
  • New York University - School of Global Public Health

    Courtesy of Kliment Halsband Architects.

  • New York University - School of Global Public Health

    Courtesy of Kliment Halsband Architects.

  • New York University - School of Global Public Health

    Courtesy of Kliment Halsband Architects.

  • New York University - School of Global Public Health

    Courtesy of Kliment Halsband Architects.

  • New York University - School of Global Public Health

    Courtesy of Kliment Halsband Architects.

New York University is renovating two adjacent historic structures on its Greenwich Village campus to create a new home for the School of Global Public Health. Designed by Kliment Halsband Architects, the collaborative 147,000-sf facility will accommodate laboratories for multiple research groups. Flexible open workstations and glass-walled offices will provide optimal access to natural light and views. The project will also offer a variety of learning venues, a penthouse conference center, a multipurpose student gathering space, a fitness center, and faculty and administrative offices. The sustainably designed facility will feature color-controlled LED lighting and a lobby with a living green wall. The project team includes Suffolk Construction Company with Severud Associates as consulting engineer. Occupancy is expected in January of 2021.

Related Organizations
Kliment Halsband Architects
Architect
Severud Associates
Consulting Engineer
Suffolk Construction Company
General Contractor