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Illustrative Plan

Illustrative plan 2006
Princeton's campus in 2006, before the implementation of projects as outlined in the new 10-year plan.
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Illustrative plan 2016
The vision for Princeton's campus in 2016, including neighborhoods characterized by use, activity or academic discipline.
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Historic core campus
Students gather outside McCosh Hall. No major new development is planned in the core of campus, though restoration of landscaping will revitalize the historic spaces.
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Campus plan model
A detailed model allowed the community to visualize future plans (shows core of campus from Nassau Street looking south).
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Plans in Progress open house
More than 900 people attended an open house in November 2006 to give their input on the future of Princeton's campus.
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Proposed arts plaza
Within the new arts and transit neighborhood, patrons at the new arts plaza will dine in a café at the former Dinky commuter rail station.
Credit: Peter Roper
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Proposed transit plaza
Within the new arts and transit neighborhood, commuters will arrive at the new NJ Transit station on foot and by bus or car.
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New chemistry building
The building technologies incorporated into the new chemistry building served as a model for sustainable building goals.
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West side of proposed chemistry green
Newly restored woodland and biofiltration landscapes frame a pastoral setting around the new chemistry building along Washington Road.
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Redesigned natural sciences green
With new pedestrian pathways, this major new outdoor space serves as the centerpiece of the natural sciences neighborhood.
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Restored Blair Walk

Passing along one of the University's residential colleges, Blair Walk is restored to its historic character with new paving and plantings.
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Princeton's Whitman College

Whitman College at Princeton University
The plan accommodates the planned increase in undergraduates from 4,700 to 5,200 by 2012, including the construction of Whitman College (completed in fall 2007).
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Reconstructed Butler College
New dormitories being built for the Butler College residential complex incorporate sustainable technologies, including "green" roofs planted with sedum.
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