NYU's University Heights Campus is bounded by University Ave, 180th St., and the Hall of Fame Terrace. Begun in the 1890s, the 50-acre campus was NYU's uptown campus until 1973. The original landscape architect was Vaux. The Library, Language Hall, and Hall of Philosophy were all designed in 1900 by McKim, Mead & White and are classical revival. The domed Library is spectacular with a breathtaking marble interior.