Building Renderings and Floorplans
New York Law School will soon have the signature home it has needed since its founding—one that provides the ideal place for our students to learn and our faculty to teach. In August 2006, we broke ground on a $190 million expansion and renovation program that will transform our campus into a cohesive complex nearly double its former size. At the center of the project is a new glass-enclosed 235,000-square-foot building that will stand next to the School’s existing structures, which will be renovated completely in phase two of the project.
The new facility will be almost exclusively student- and community-centered—classrooms, lounges, study rooms, dining facilities, and the library will be housed within the building’s central core. Students will attend classes in rooms designed to maximize teaching and learning opportunities, with cutting-edge technology, lighting, and acoustics, and tiered seating that promotes the open exchange of ideas. They’ll also collaborate in customized spaces modeled after the courtroom and other real-world practice settings.
Please take a moment to download the naming opportunities and floor plans for the new building so you can see the incredible design for yourself.