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NYU Center for Genomics & Systems Biology

New York, NY
  • The historic facades of this state-of-the-art research building help maintain the original Greenwich Village character of the street.

This new 10-story laboratory building replaced three existing 6-story buildings while restoring and incorporating their existing 100-year-old historic facades into the new design. The facade structures help maintain the original Greenwich Village character of the street.

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The design team restored the historic century-old facades (12-16 Waverly Place) and incorporated them into the new building.

The design team restored the historic century-old facades (12-16 Waverly Place) and incorporated them into the new building.

Behind its distinct facade, the facility houses open and interconnected “loft laboratories” for teams of more than 200 researchers, 14,000 sf of technologically sophisticated and adaptable classrooms, a high-performance computing server facility, and environmental growth chambers. The facility dedicates 13,500 sf to core laboratories and 43,500 sf to research laboratory suites comprised of wet bench laboratories, equipment and instrumentation support laboratories, offices, and meeting areas. The new steel-framed, concrete metal deck building also includes a rooftop greenhouse and a 139-seat auditorium.

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