New York University’s plan to expand its campus by nearly 2 million square feet in Greenwich Village won nearly unanimous approval from the City Council Wednesday afternoon.
The expansion, which had been agreed upon by two council committees last week, was about a quarter smaller than the university had originally sought. As they voted in favor the expansion plan, council members praised it and credited Councilwoman Margaret Chin for helping to reach a compromise.
In a blow to New York University's ambitious plans to grow its Greenwich Village campus by roughly 3 million square feet, Community Board 2 unanimously voted against the expansion Thursday evening. The outcome had been anticipated a... Read Post
Despite widespread community opposition, New York University's plan to grow its Greenwich Village campus by roughly 2 million square feet moved one step closer to becoming a reality. The Department of City Planning approved the plan... Read Post
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