NYU Elmer Holmes Bobst Library

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About NYU Elmer Holmes Bobst Library

Prepare to be 'booked' for the day when you step into the NYU Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, an academic paradise nestled in the heart of Greenwich Village. 

This isn't just any campus library; it's a 12-story temple of learning with views that rival its book collection. Designed by Philip Johnson and Richard Foster, the Bobst Library is NYU's largest, flaunting a grand atrium that will have you gazing upwards as much as the stacks. It's a vibrant hub for students and scholars, featuring resources that span the gamut from medieval manuscripts to the latest digital databases.

Whether you're here to study or simply to admire its architectural charm, the Bobst Library is an intellectual haven that's sure to inspire.

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