The Lenfest Center for the Arts, home of the Department of Theater and Dance, Music and Art and is a multi-use facility designed and equipped to accommodate a broad spectrum of the performing arts, including theater, musical theater, opera and operetta, choral and band music, dance and performance art in one energizing complex. Since opening in 1991, the Lenfest Center has helped the University provide the fine arts component of an exceptional liberal arts education. Housing over 125 performances each year and hosting over 30,000 patrons, the center has become the region's performing arts center. Countless rehearsals and an ongoing schedule of classes make the Lenfest Center a lively and dynamic educational facility.

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New York Proton CENTER

The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center features 12 indoor DecoTurf courts with viewing areas for all 12 courts, 19 field courts (including four feature courts) and three stadium courts. In addition to 20 outdoor tennis courts available for public use, the NTC is home to a brand new, state of the art, 245,000 square foot indoor tennis facility. It is the largest public tennis facility in the world.

The New York Proton Regional Center will be a 250,000 square foot Proton Therapy Cancer Treatment center. The center will consist of five treatment rooms and a research room. It is anticipated to be the first of its kind in New York City. 



432 Park

ASR is currently working with Lend Lease Construction to construct a building that will change the NYC skyline forever. Rising above the city skyline at a rapid pace, 432 Park Avenue is winning the race to become both New York's tallest residential building, and the tallest condominium in the western hemisphere with 125 condominium apartments. It will become the second tallest building in Manhattan, behind One World Trade Center. When measured by roof height, however, 432 Park Avenue will be the tallest building in New York, surpassing One World Trade Center by 30 ft (9.1 m) and the Empire State Building in both height and scenery, with its panoramic views off Manhattan from its perch next to Central Park. 432 Park is truly the building of the 21st century.