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Northwest Science Building

To help fulfill Columbia’s pressing need for more space for science instruction and academic research facilities, the University is constructing a new science building on the last developable site of the Morningside campus. The Northwest Science Building, designed by architect José Rafael Moneo, will be located at the corner of Broadway and West 120th Street above Levien Gymnasium and between Chandler and Pupin Halls. Scheduled to open in the fall of 2010, the 14-story building will house faculty offices, classrooms, a science library, a café, and interdisciplinary research facilities for the departments of chemistry, biology, engineering, and physics.
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