NYC Council Approves Columbia's Plan to Rezone 35 Acres for $7B Expansion Project | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb Daily News) - Columbia University yesterday won the rezoning it sought for a $7 billion mixed-use project — including nearly 2.6 million square feet of new research lab space and 296,201 square feet of support space — on 17 acres in the West Harlem section of Manhattan, but opponents promised to continue their fight in court.
 

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