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.
Read the full article in the Journal News.