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Manhattanville in West Harlem. Phase 1 South of West 125 th Street. Total Area of Proposed Manhattanville Mixed-Use Special District Subdistrict A – Project Area. 2. District Rezoning and Project Boundaries. A Cohesive Plan. 17 Acres integrated into the urban fabric.

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Manhattanville in West Harlem


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Phase 1

South of West 125th Street

Total Area of Proposed Manhattanville Mixed-Use Special District

Subdistrict A – Project Area

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District Rezoning and Project Boundaries


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A Cohesive Plan

  • 17 Acres integrated into the urban fabric

  • Tied together by an urban layer

  • Supported by contiguous below-grade services

  • A complement to other neighborhood initiatives

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  • Exemplifying the principles of PlaNYC

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Subdistrict A – Project Area


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  • Columbia is New York City’s seventh largest non-government employer

  • Manhattanville adds:

  • 6,000 New University Jobs

  • On average 1,200 construction-related jobs

  • per year for 22 years

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Why Grow?


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  • Revitalization, Improvement, & Redevelopment

  • Rezone to allow a wider mix of uses

  • Respect the context of the neighborhood

  • Enliven West 125th Street as a gateway

  • Provide open spaces & ground floor uses

  • Widen sidewalks and view corridors

  • Prohibit walls or gates

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Why Manhattanville?


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17-acre Academic Mixed-Use Area that allows:

  • CU to maintain role as a leading academic institution

  • 5 to 6 million square feet of program space

  • Modern, flexible academic facilities

  • An open urban campus

  • Ends ad-hoc acquisitions causes friction

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Why Manhattanville?


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A Proposed New Campus

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View From Above 133rd Street, Looking South

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Illustrative Plan, November 2007

DCP Recommended Modifications

Illustrative Site Plan, Full Build 2030

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A THE SQUAREBSMALL SQUARECTHE GROVEDEAST / WEST OPEN AREAEMIDBLOCK OPEN AREAFPUBLIC PARK

Illustrative Site Plan, 2030: Publicly Accessible Open Space

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View North Toward Studebaker along the North-South Midblock Open Area – 50’ Clear Width

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Illustrative Site Plan, 2030: The Square

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Illustrative View of The Square, Looking Southwest

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Within Subdistrict A

Existing Building being renovated as-of-right

Proposed New Buildings

Proposed Building Renovation

Illustrative Site Plan, 2030

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Transportation Infrastructure

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Historic Heritage: Studebaker, Nash, and Prentis

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Historic Heritage: Sheffield Farms and West Market Diner

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  • As part of plaNYC, Columbia has signed up to be a Challenge Partner

  • Selected as a pilot project for the US Green Buildings Council LEED for Neighborhood Development

  • Agreed to obtain at least LEED Silver certification for all academic and residential projects

  • Memo of Understanding with Environmental Defense to design control measures for construction impacts

Sustainable Development

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Mixed-use Academic Building

Mind, Brain, Behavior Research

Business School

The Urban Layer

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Illustrative Ground Floor Plan

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12th Ave, Looking North

View of 12th Avenue, Looking North

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Illustrative View of 12th Avenue, Looking North

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130th Street

131st Street

132nd Street

Energy Center

Loading Dock & Parking

Physical Education

MTA Bus Depot

Diagrammatic Illustrative Section

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Typical Building Section with Contiguous Basement

Typical Building Section without Contiguous Basement

  • Truck docks in central loading area, reached by one 30’ curb cut

  • Energy boilers in adjacent, below grade coordinated efficient energy center

  • Continuous, transparent active ground floor

  • Shared science support below grade

  • Parking below grade, reached by four curb cubs

  • Truck docks in all buildings, 12-16 curb cuts in all

  • Energy boilers in basement, less efficient

  • Active ground floor interrupted, more opaque and reduced by truck docks

  • Science support in above grade space, less efficient

  • Reduced parking in conventional basements (additional curb cuts required)

Benefits of a Contiguous Deep Basement

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Illustrative Plan, June 2007

Illustrative Plan, Axonometric View Looking Northwest

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Illustrative Plan, November 2007

Illustrative Plan, Axonometric View Looking Northwest

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Illustrative Plan: Phase I – 2015

Site 1:Academic: School of the Arts, ColumbiaBusiness School and JL Greene Center

Site 2:Jerome L. Greene Center for Mind, Brain, Behavior

Site 3:Academic: Columbia Business School and

School of the Arts

Site 4:Columbia Business School

Site 7:School of International & Public Affairs and University Housing

Boundary of Deep Basement

Slurry Wall

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Illustrative Site Plan, Phase 1 - 2015


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View North Toward Studebaker along the North-South Midblock Open Area – 50’ Clear Width

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View of West 125th Street, Looking East

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Revitalizing West 125th Street

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View of West 129th Street, Looking West

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Enhancing Pedestrian Connections to Waterfront

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