Princeton's campus is simultaneously a site of historic significance and a constantly evolving space, a "work in progress" that is never truly completed. Several building projects from the 2008 Campus Plan have been completed, while others are under construction. For instance, the concept for the Arts and Transit Project, for example, has evolved from the original Campus Plan into a detailed neighborhood plan, with construction set to begin soon.
Other projects, such as child care expansion, have been deferred. As part of University cost savings measures associated the economic downturn, decisions to go forward with a renovation or new construction project are being made on a case-by-case basis, contingent on having 100 percent of the funding in hand.
The chart below shows the status of projects in the Campus Plan. Click on the highlighted project name in the chart below for more details about each project, including renderings, photos and the latest news. You may also read the latest news about the Campus Plan in the News section of this site.
Planned = These projects have not yet been approved by the Princeton Regional Planning Board or other appropriate municipal authority. They are at various stages of development.
Approved = These projects have completed the design and public review process and have been approved for construction by either the Princeton Regional Planning Board or another appropriate municipal authority.
|701 Carnegie Center||x|
|58 Prospect Ave. (Fields Center & Community House)||x|
|20 Washington Road||x|
|Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment||x|
|Arts & Transit Project||x|
|Child Care Facility||x|
|Cordish Family Pavilion||x|
|Firestone Library Renovation||x|
|Frick Chemistry Laboratory||x|
|High-Performance Computing Research Center||x|
|Housing Master Plan|
|Lakeside Graduate Housing (Hibben-Magie site)||x|
|Princeton Neuroscience Institute & Peretsman-Scully Hall