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.