Cornell Tech Campus

Construction has made impressive progress at the new campus for Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island. Since last month's update, steel erection Morphosis' Bloomberg Center has reached the fourth floor, with only the rooftop canopy left to be installed. Weiss/Manfredi's co-location building, known as the Bridge at Cornell Tech, has surpassed the fifth floor with its steel superstructure. At the Hudson Companies' 26-story residential tower for graduate students, concrete superstructure has reached the 11th floor. Designed by Handel Architects, the tower will be the world's tallest project built to the Passive House standards for energy efficiency. Phase One looks to be on track for its mid 2017 opening date.

 

Aerial View of the Phase One campus from the Roosevelt Island tram.

Northwest corner of the Bloomberg Center from West Main Street.

West facade of the Bloomberg Center by Morphosis.

Northwest corner of the Residential Building.

West facade of the Bloomberg Center (right) and the Residential Building (left). 

Looking south towards the Phase One campus from West Main Street.

Northeast corner of the Bloomberg Center from North Loop Road.

North facade of The Bridge at Cornell Tech from North Loop Road.

North facade of the Residential Building from North Loop Road.

 Northeast corner of the Residential Building from North Loop Road.

Northeast corner of the Residential Building from North Loop Road.

Northeast corner of the Residential Building (right) and The Bridge at Cornell Tech (left) from North Loop Road.

Northeast corner of The Bridge at Cornell Tech.

Looking north towards the Phase One campus from Southpoint Park.

Architects: SOM (Master Plan, Central Utility Plant), Morphosis (The Bloomberg Center), Weiss/Manfredi (The Bridge at Cornell Tech), Handel Architects (Residential Tower); Landscape Architects: Field Operations (Campus Plaza); Program: Education, Office, Residential, Open Space; Location: Roosevelt Island, New York, NY; Completion: 2017.