As New York University's plans for a major expansion of its Greenwich Village campus are winding through the city's labyrinthine approval process, the school is spreading out in a decidedly smaller way.
NYU signed a seven-year deal to sublease 105 E. 17th St., a 125,000-square-foot, four-story building from Zurich Insurance Co., a spokesman for the university said. The terms were not disclosed for the lease which begins on Nov.
New York University's ambitious plan to grow its Greenwich Village campus by nearly 2 million square feet won unanimous approval from two key City Council committees Tuesday. But that success came only after university officials and... Read Post
Eleven groups opposing the massive expansion of New York University announced Tuesday that they have filed a lawsuit against the city for approving the school's proposal to extend its Greenwich Village campus by roughly 2 million sq... Read Post
New York University unveiled its new growth plans in its core Greenwich Village campus Wednesday afternoon. The plans are part of the school's ambitious 2031 planned expansion across the city. The proposal replaces an earlier one th... Read Post