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New York University will be renovating the former retail space and surrounding sidewalk at 14 Washington Place to create new academic space on the building’s first floor and basement level.
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Repairs are required for the facade of 19 University Place.
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New York University will be renovating the 1st and 2nd floor of 20 Cooper Square. This project will include internal renovation, Local Law 11 facade work, window and shutter renewal, and the installation of a rooftop cooling tower.
New York University will renovating spaces of 24 Waverly Place and 100 Washington Square East to create a new contiguous area for the Department of Chemistry’s Computational Theory group.
Local Law 11 repairs are required for the facade of 269 Mercer Steet, which houses the NYU Economics Department.
Local Law 11 repairs are required for the facade of Pless Hall.
A renovation to the Education Block, at Washington Square East and West 4th Street, will improve facilities for the Steinhardt School.
An internal renovation will create academic spaces and a student support center for matters such as financial aid counseling, admissions, and international studies.
New York University will be renovating the 4th floor of the Meyer Building. This project will include internal demolition, abatement, and renovation work.
A redevelopment of the NYU property at 433 1st Avenue will house the College of Nursing, College of Dentistry, and bioengineering program.
NYU will replace the rooftop of 715-719 Broadway.
New York University will be renovating the 8th, 9th, and 10th floors of 726 Broadway which will be home to Physics labs.
NYU will repair cracks and uneven sidewalks and asphalt in front of the retail spaces and on select areas of the sidewalk and curb closest to the street.
Following NYU's renovation of the historic Mews streetscape, the University is proceeding to restore many of the street's building facades.
New rooftop water tanks are required at Washington Square Village buildings 1, 2, 3, and 4.
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