Presentation on theme: "Manhattanville in West Harlem. Phase 1 South of West 125 th Street 2 District Rezoning and Project Boundaries Total Area of Proposed Manhattanville Mixed-Use."— Presentation transcript:
Phase 1 South of West 125 th Street 2 District Rezoning and Project Boundaries Total Area of Proposed Manhattanville Mixed-Use Special District Subdistrict A – Project Area
A Cohesive Plan 3 17 Acres integrated into the urban fabric Tied together by an urban layer Supported by contiguous below- grade services A complement to other neighborhood initiatives Exemplifying the principles of PlaNYC Subdistrict A – Project Area *
Columbia is New York Citys seventh largest non-government employer Manhattanville adds: 6,000 New University Jobs On average 1,200 construction-related jobs per year for 22 years 4 Why Grow?
Rezone to allow a wider mix of uses Respect the context of the neighborhood Enliven West 125th Street as a gateway Provide open spaces & ground floor uses Widen sidewalks and view corridors Prohibit walls or gates Revitalization, Improvement, & Redevelopment 5 Why Manhattanville?
17-acre Academic Mixed-Use Area that allows: CU to maintain role as a leading academic institution 5 to 6 million square feet of program space Modern, flexible academic facilities An open urban campus Ends ad-hoc acquisitions causes friction 6 Why Manhattanville?
Historic Heritage: Studebaker, Nash, and Prentis 16
17 Historic Heritage: Sheffield Farms and West Market Diner
Sustainable Development 18 As part of plaNYC, Columbia has signed up to be a Challenge Partner Selected as a pilot project for the US Green Buildings Council LEED for Neighborhood Development Agreed to obtain at least LEED Silver certification for all academic and residential projects Memo of Understanding with Environmental Defense to design control measures for construction impacts
23 12 th Ave, Looking North View of 12 th Avenue, Looking North
Illustrative View of 12 th Avenue, Looking North 24
Energy CenterLoading Dock & Parking Physical EducationMTA Bus Depot Diagrammatic Illustrative Section 25 130 th Street131 st Street132 nd Street
Typical Building Section with Contiguous Basement Typical Building Section without Contiguous Basement Truck docks in central loading area, reached by one 30 curb cut Energy boilers in adjacent, below grade coordinated efficient energy center Continuous, transparent active ground floor Shared science support below grade Parking below grade, reached by four curb cubs Truck docks in all buildings, 12-16 curb cuts in all Energy boilers in basement, less efficient Active ground floor interrupted, more opaque and reduced by truck docks Science support in above grade space, less efficient Reduced parking in conventional basements (additional curb cuts required) Benefits of a Contiguous Deep Basement 26
Illustrative Site Plan, Phase 1 - 2015 Illustrative Plan: Phase I – 2015 Site 1:Academic: School of the Arts, Columbia Business School and JL Greene Center Site 2:Jerome L. Greene Center for Mind, Brain, Behavior Site 3:Academic: Columbia Business School and School of the Arts Site 4:Columbia Business School Site 7:School of International & Public Affairs and University Housing Boundary of Deep Basement Slurry Wall 29
View North Toward Studebaker along the North-South Midblock Open Area – 50 Clear Width 30