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Articles about "Cornell University"

  • Exciting Times Ahead for Roosevelt Island By Aby Thomas | April 23, 2013

    Move over, Williamsburg: Roosevelt Island is the hottest new neighborhood in town, and there’s a lot more happening here than just a bunch of ironically named bars. Small and unpretentious, this island in the East River is in the midst of a major rejuvenation—from swanky parks to sprawling colleges, a number of new developments are setting up shop in this beautiful neighborhood, and there seems to be little doubt that Roosevelt Island is going to play a significant role in the New York City of the future.

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  • Cornell NYC Tech Office Taking Shape on Roosevelt Island By Liam Delaney | December 03, 2012

    Cornell NYC’s applied sciences campus has been in the works for a while now. The campus on Roosevelt Island is set to boast 300,000 square feet of commercial space, including offices, a hotel, and even a conference center. Executives involved with the project said that they are looking for tenants from a variety of fields including technology, venture capital, and intellectual property law. The 2-million square foot campus, a collaboration between Cornell University and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, is slated to transform not only Roosevelt Island, but New York City’s technology sector, a section that is supposed to rise over the next 35 years. The first phase of construction is slated to be complete by 2017.

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  • Cornell Wins Bid to Build Roosevelt Island Campus By Daniel Muhlenberg | December 19, 2011

    After 2 months of reviewing proposals from various universities to build a science and engineering school on Roosevelt Island, Mayor Bloomberg announced today that Cornell University has won the competition. This came to no one’s surprise after Stanford University withdrew their proposal 3 days ago; the 2 schools were widely considered to be the only ones under serious consideration, although Columbia University and NYU were also in the running. An anonymous donor gave $350 million towards Cornell’s bid to help build the campus, greatly enhancing the credibility of their bid.

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