Pace University |
Located in lower Manhattan, Pace University’s NYC campus, anchored in two flagship buildings, has a uniquely urban footprint. The 55,000 s/f in renovations focused on the lower floors of One Pace Plaza, built in 1969, and 41 Park Row, originally constructed in 1857. The revitalized structures include classrooms, collaborative learning areas, student and faculty lounges, event spaces, a new student center and café, administrative offices and a new public art gallery for student artwork. The new student landscape creates a connective campus and transforms the relationship between the university and the surrounding community, with distinct new entrances and windows that provide views of student life within and the bustle of the city outside. L&C provided full project management services for the renovation of student spaces in two flagship buildings.