St. Paul’s Chapel

St. Paul's Chapel

Constructed By: 1904-1907
Designed by Howells & Stokes
Description: Located in the heart of Columbia University, St. Paul’s Chapel houses hundreds of religious and university events each year. The building is a Byzantine Chapel with Italian Renaissance details, consisting of brick with limestone trim and terra cotta and bronze ornamental decoration and a Guastavino vaulted ceiling. In 1966, St. Paul’s Chapel was one of the first buildings in New York City to become a designated landmark, similarly to Low Library.