PLEASANTVILLE, NY-Pace University broke groundon Wednesday on a multi-phased $150-million project to improve andrevitalize its Pleasantville campus.

Pace officials were joined by Westchester CountyExecutive Robert Astorino at the groundbreaking ceremonyat the 200-acre Pleasantville campus, which is celebrating its 50thanniversary. Construction has now begun on the first phase of theproject estimated at approximately $100 million.

A critical facet of the university's master plan is theconsolidation of activities at its Briarcliff campus to thePleasantville campus. The university recently put the 37-acreBriarcliff campus, which the university has owned since 1977, onthe market for sale. No classes are held at the Briarcliff campus,however, there are 590 student beds that will eventually berelocated to new or remodeled student housing facilities on thePleasantville campus.

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