Upper West Side Tour

Situated between Central park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side of Manhattan is home of some of the most prestigious academic and cultural buildings in the City. This is one of the prominent residential areas in the city, situated in between the parks and well connected by subway. Projects featured on this tour include Lincoln Center for the Arts, Hears Tower by Foster and Partners, VIA W57 by Bjarke Ingels Group, Fordham University School of Law, St Jones Cathedral, Columbia University and its many buildings.

This tour will award 4 AIA-CES credits for continuing education by the American institute of Architects

Buildings Featured on this Tour

Time Warner Center, David Childs (SOM), 2004

LVMH Building, Christian de Portzamparc, 1999

Museun of Arts and Design, Allied Works Architecture, 2008

15 Central Park West, Robert Stern Architects, 2008

Foster + Partners, Hearst Tower, 2006

VIA West 57, Bjarke Ingels Grop, in-process

Fordham University School of Law, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, 2014

Lincoln Center Redesign, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, 2011

Vivian Beaumont Theater, Eero Saarinen, 1965

Avery Fisher Hall, Max Abramovitz, 1962

Metropolitan Opera House, Wallace Harrison, 1966

NY City Ballet, Phillip Johnson, 1964

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Gordon Bunshaft

Alice Tally Hall, Pietro Belluschi, Diler Scofidio+ Renfro, 2011

Columbia University Campus, McKim Mead White, 1896

Alfred Lerner Hall, Bernard Tschumi, 1999

Columbia Northwest Building, Rafael Moneo, 2010

Diana Center Bernard College, Weiss Manfredi, 2010