4 Under Construction
Field Building Renovations
The Lawrence and Eris Field Building, Baruch's 284,000-square-foot facility at 17 Lexington Avenue in Manhattan, was built in 1928 on the original site of The City College of New York. Since then, it has been used continuously with minimal upgrades. This project will renovate the building in phases, beginning with an infrastructure upgrade and continuing with the renovation of its 16 stories.
Performing Arts Center Performing Arts Center
The College’s performing arts facilities were constructed in the mid-20th Century and cannot accommodate the modern program amenities needed by today's students. This new facility will provide theater performance space, rehearsal and practice rooms, teaching studios, set construction and recording studios.
City College Campus
Advanced Science Research Center and New City College Science Facility
The new Advanced Science Research Center will provide a 206,000-square-foot research facility to support the concept of an integrated university, providing state-of-the-art laboratories for CUNY's top research faculty in nanoscience, photonics and environmental remote sensing. A second 190,000-square-foot science lab building will provide new facilities for City College's Science Division. The two buildings share the ground floor, which houses a clean room, specialized equipment core facilities and a vivarium.
New York City College of Technology
This project will address the college's acute space deficit by building an approximately 350,000-square-foot facility on the site of the Klitgord Building. The new building will be a mixed-used facility with classrooms, computer labs, science labs, a 1,000-seat auditorium, physical education facilities, administrative offices, student services, a nursing simulation center and a dental hygiene clinic.