The Schwarzman Center project will renovate two of Yale’s “Bicentennial Buildings,” University Commons and Memorial Hall, to accommodate the Stephen A. Schwarzman Center for cultural programming and student life. The buildings, originally built in 1901-02, are a significant feature of the University’s central campus. As such, the major renovation of these facilities will result in the necessary disruption of traffic, pedestrian circulation, and building access in the surrounding area. Mitigation of these is of utmost importance to Yale Facilities. This website provides periodically updated information about construction disruption, area logistics and access plans, and announcements about upcoming town-hall meetings and other information.
|Enabling (minor) Construction Begins:||February, 2018|
|Major Construction Begins:||October, 2018|
|Buildings/Gross Square Feet Renovated:||Commons & Memorial Hall/133,750 gross square feet|
|Area Impact:||Visit Construction Impact page for updated maps on how construction will impact the area.|