The Maurice R. Greenberg Conference Center, a conference facility for international leadership programs at Yale University, is located at 391 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT, USA — adjacent to Betts House (393 Prospect Street) and just north of the Leitner Observatory & Planetarium (355 Prospect Street).
The Greenberg Conference Center features:
- Amphitheater with interpretation booths and international videoconferencing capability
- Classroom with interpretation booth
- Seminar rooms
- Dining room with terrace
Limited parking is available in a small lot shared between the Center and Leitner Observatory It does not require a Yale University parking pass for guests of the facility.
The structure, designed by the firm of Robert A. M. Stern, Dean of the Yale School of Architecture, is in a traditional style to complement the Betts House and opened in the summer of 2009. As a “green” building, the Center’s design, construction, and operations conform to benchmarks set by the U.S. Green Building Council and is LEED Gold certified. The Center has been certified as an “E-Level” Green Workplace through the Yale Office of Sustainability since April 2011.