Columbia University finishes $34.1M exterior rehab of building in Manhattanville campus

Columbia University, on September 1, formally completed a $34.1 million rehabilitation of a building’s exterior at 631 West 130th Street in Manhattanville.

The plans, pre-filed on September 13, 2011, call for a rehab of the exterior of the 173-foot tall, eight-story, building.

The project is described in the filings as: installation of slurry wall as shown on plans filed herewith. Part of Columbia Manhattanville development. No change in use, occupancy or egress. The initial cost as reported in the DOB filing for the work described in this permit application is $34,072,500.

The architect for the project was Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers.

Columbia University’s Manhattanville Campus is comprised of 17 acres just five blocks north of the University’s Morningside Heights Campus.

Columbia University’s business school is located in the campus.

The university has been active on numerous fronts recently. Last month they filed a permit application for construction of 50,112-square-foot sports complex building at 603 West 218th Street in Inwood. Even more recently, on August 28, PEBB Capital and TriArch Real Estate Group were issued a TCO for an 80-unit, 54,314-square-foot student residence for Columbia at 415 West 120th Street in Morningside Heights.

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