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The main campus of The City College of New York is comprised of 37 tree-lined acres running from 133rd Street to 140th Street in Harlem, bounded by St. Nicholas Terrace and St. Nicholas Park on the east and Amsterdam Avenue on the west. It includes 15 College buildings at present, as well as the New York State Structural Biology Center including two new state-of-the-art research buildings rising on South Campus. The College's beautiful original five buildings, designed by George Browne Post in the Neo-Gothic style, have landmark status.
City College's downtown campus, the Center for Worker Education, is located in the Wall Street area on the seventh floor of the iconic Cunard Building, at 25 Broadway.