Crain’s New York Business: “Keeping Pace with downtown growth”

. . . Once considered a commuter school, Pace is building two big dorms-a 30-story tower at 33 Beekman St. and a 24-story structure at 180 Broadway, each designed to house at least 600 students. It’s also renovating a vacant building at 140 William St. for its performing-arts school.

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One Response to “Crain’s New York Business: “Keeping Pace with downtown growth””

  1. I am sure that Pace must have investigated the possibility of outsourcing these functions but obviously it must have rejected that option. I wonder what was the compelling rationale for management of an institution of higher learning to branch into a subsidiary activity, at best.

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