370 Jay Street
NYU will renovate the long-dormant, City-owned 370 Jay Street in Downtown Brooklyn to create a modern, sustainable, academic center for New York University’s expanding Engineering and Applied Sciences programs in Brooklyn.
A number of maintenance operations, public space beautification projects, and infrastructural improvements are happening on the superblock grounds and facilities. View the main projects below or read more on the Construction on the Superblocks page.
181 Mercer Street
This new building will provide space for the campus community and surrounding neighbors, including a modern athletic facility, new classrooms, performing arts space, student and faculty housing, and approximately 7,500 square feet of space for a public atrium and community facility uses.
Bleecker Street Landscape
NYU is working with the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and NYC Department of Transportation to improve the planting areas on Bleecker Street between Mercer Street and LaGuardia Place.
LaGuardia Place Landscape
NYU is working with the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and NYC Department of Transportation to construct public open space on the southern part of the LaGuardia Plaza between Bleecker and w 3rd Streets.
Silver Towers, Mercer-Houston Dog Run Relocation
NYU will relocate the existing dog run managed by the Mercer-Houston Dog Run Association (MHDRA) to an area of comparable size west of the Coles Redevelopment Project site on the Silver Towers block (the current location of Rocketship Park along the northern side of Houston Street, just west of Coles). The existing dog run is expected to remain open until the new space is operational.