Major Pleasantville Transformation Begins
The Master Plan is a multi-phase project to be completed over period of five to eight years.
Pleasantville Construction Activity Update
It is a very exciting time for the Pace Pleasantville Community. Construction on the first phase of the Master Plan is well underway. We are making significant progress with construction and appreciate your patience as we make these transformative changes.
On Thursday, October 9, we will break ground on the next stage of construction which focuses on the new athletics complex. This project will modernize and upgrade our athletics facilities on the Pleasantville campus and includes a new field house, a new softball field, and renovations to the Peter X Finnerty Field as well as the multi-purpose field. These fields are home to baseball, lacrosse, football, soccer, and field hockey.
"This investment by our University documents, not only the support for our 400 or so student-athletes but dedication to the entire Pleasantville campus community. This project will revolutionize how we operate as a department by providing excellent facilities for our student-athletes and the student body as a whole" remarks Director of Athletics Mark Brown. Last October, Pace University broke ground for a Master Plan to transform and revitalize the 200-acre Pleasantville campus. In addition to the new athletic facilities, the first phase entails creation of two new residential buildings, an expanded student center and new environmental center. The project will enable Pace to consolidate functions that are now split between campuses in Pleasantville and Briarcliff.
Construction activity of this magnitude inevitably causes inconveniences, but the end result will be well worth it. Visit the project website often to see updates, highlights, and renderings.
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