Journal News: “Pace moves to close Briarcliff Manor campus, expand, renovate Pleasantville location”

The Journal News reports on Pace’s upcoming expansion and renovation of the Pleasantville campus.

The Journal News reports on Pace’s upcoming expansion and renovation of the Pleasantville campus.

From the article:

With an eye toward making itself more competitive, Pace University is envisioning a more cohesive campus core — by consolidating its two campuses situated 2.5 miles apart and creating a pedestrian friendly terrain with a central campus green.

The university is planning to embark on a $150 million project that would shut its 37-acre Briarcliff Manor campus while improving and reconfiguring its 200-acre Pleasantville campus.

“We are trying to address the inherent weakness of having two separate campuses. It’s not an attractive feature, it’s a competitive disadvantage,” said William McGrath, the chief administrative officer at Pace who is in charge of the master plan project.

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