The LeBow College of business designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, is too moving along at a steady pace, like many projects today in University City. Scheduled to be completed by the 2013-14 school year, the 12-story, 177,500-square-foot home for LeBow College of Business is located at the heart of Drexel University's campus, at the intersection of Woodland Walk and Market Street. The diagonal massing of the lower floors follows Woodland Walk and combines with the completed Papadakis Integrated Science Building to energize the University's central quadrangle.
the building's organization unites the school's various constituencies around a five-story-high atrium, ringed by classrooms, student lounges, event spaces, and offices. The third floor houses the Baiada Center for Entrepreneurship. The atrium is immediately accessible from main entrances at the three corners of the building. An open stair within the atrium leads to a 300-seat auditorium and 100-seat lecture hall below and to a divisible multipurpose room and additional classrooms. The buildings upper floors contain faculty offices interspersed with seminar rooms and group study rooms. The top floor houses the Dean's suite and a boardroom and conference suite.