Monday, April 30, 2012

N.Y.U. freshmen need a campus — on Governors Island

Deborah Glick, assemblymember for the 66th District, wrote in an article published in The Villager:
New York University has always yearned for a true campus experience for its students. This goal has eluded N.Y.U. as it has struggled to expand within the confines of the Village neighborhood. Now the university’s aggressive and extremely overreaching development plans, as currently designed, would wall off Washington Square Village with two new buildings, effectively closing off  

the open rectangle between the two existing buildings and destroying the award-winning and much-beloved Sasaki Garden as a way of creating a central quad.
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