Washington Square (NYC)
NYU Silver’s educational, extracurricular, and social hub on NYU’s main campus is located at 1 Washington Square North. The modern educational building is comprised of three historic town houses along Washington Square Park. The combined building retains the welcoming character and charm of its component parts, and includes classrooms, faculty offices, a Parlor for meetings and events, a student lounge, and, on the top floor, the Hopper Studio, where eminent American artist Edward Hopper lived and painted from 1913-1967.
Most of the key academic and student life buildings at NYU’s Washington Square campus are also located along the park, including the Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, the Kimmel Center for University Life, the NYU Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life, and Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.