The capital budget funds the University’s physical facilities and information technology infrastructure.
* All parts of New York University other than the NYU Langone Medical Center (i.e., the School of Medicine and the Hospitals) and NYU Polytechnic Institute.
Currently under construction on 1st Avenue between East 25th and East 26th Streets, the new 170,000 GSF building will become the home and center for academic excellence of the College of Nursing. The building will also provide new laboratories and faculty offices for the College and Dentistry, and house laboratories for a new NYU Bio-engineering Institute. Construction is scheduled for completion in January 2015.
Renovate 63,000 GSF of space at 726-730 Broadway for new laboratories, offices and administrative spaces to provide a new home for the Department of Physics.
Full renovation of the East Building at 239 Greene Street to accommodate classrooms, conference rooms, and faculty offices for the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Construction is scheduled for completion in Fall 2013.
CUSP, a winner of New York City’s, Applied Sciences NYC initiative, will conduct research, support graduate study, and fashion real-world technologies to address the challenges of an increasingly urbanized planet. Beginning with the renovation and fit-out of research labs, classrooms, and academic and administrative offices at MetroTech in downtown Brooklyn, CUSP will welcome its first class of graduate students upon completion of this Phase 1 development in Fall 2013.
A new multi-school facility, also located at MetroTech in Brooklyn, for digital design that will co-locate selected research, graduate and undergraduate programs of the Tisch School of the Arts, the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, NYU-Poly, and the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
These projects include repairs to building facades, roof replacements, installation of sprinklers, replacement and upgrades of HVAC systems, sidewalk replacements, etc.
Ongoing implementation of a new University-wide human resources system, continued expansion of the NYU wireless network, and new technology investments to ensure the successful evolution and implementation of the Global Network University model. These new investments include:
Land acquisition, design and construction of a new 75,000 GSF, mixed-use building at 1307 L Street NW in Washington, D.C. Nearly 60% of the building is dedicated to residential life and 40% to academic program use. The building hosts NYU in D.C. through programs in Art History/Urban Design/Architecture, Economics, English, Environmental Studies, American History, Journalism, Politics, and Metropolitan Studies.
Continuing the staged renovation of the University’s main library building, funding for the renovation of floor 6 is included in the fiscal 2013 budget. This follows the complete renovation of floors 4 and 5, completed in January 2011, allowing for a contiguous suite of three floors of research commons. The current project on the 6th floor includes renovation of the North Reading Room to expand user capacity, the addition of a graduate study space, two instructional classrooms, and more user seats throughout the floor.