Included in the revitalization is the creation of a “Street of the Arts” with improved street presence and pedestrian-friendly sidewalks along W. 65th St., as well as expanded dining options, new public green space, innovative digital information signage, a welcoming visitor’s center with free programming, the weather-protected Jaffe Drive pick-up/drop off area, and an update of the iconic Revson Fountain.

Much of Lincoln Center’s infrastructure and many of its notable performance and educational facilities required significant alteration and in some cases, considerable expansion to make Lincoln Center more open and accessible. Changes in public needs and interests also inspired a thorough reconsideration of the campus’ original design in the context of current and future programming priorities. These factors became the framework for a campus-wide planning initiative that resulted in major changes along West 65th Street and the campus’ Columbus Avenue frontage.