1160 Amsterdam Avenue, at 116th Street, New York, NY
St. Paul's Chapel is located on the Columbia campus, just northeast of Low Library. It can be accessed from the main gates on either Amsterdam Avenue or Broadway at 116th Street. Click here to view the Columbia campus map, which indicates the exact location of St. Paul's Chapel.
St. Paul's Chapel at Columbia University provides a venue for hundreds of religious and campus events each year, including worship services, concerts, university and private ceremonies. Visitors come from around the world to see the chapel — one of the first buildings in New York City to be designated as an official historic landmark.
Designed by I. N. Phelps Stokes, of the architectural firm of Howells & Stokes, St. Paul's Chapel was the first building at Columbia that was not designed by McKim, Mead & White. Construction began on St. Paul's Chapel in 1904, and it was dedicated in 1907. The chapel was designated an official landmark by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1966.
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