The school will have a community-based health center in the basement, Councilman Corey Johnson said.
Drawings and plans will be presented at a May 11 meeting, according to an email sent to P.S. 41 parents.
Apartments, schools, retail space and a waterfront park are in the works for the Village.
Tobi Bergman won the CB2 chairman election, beating Bo Riccobono and Richard Stewart.
The new 75 Morton St. school is planned to serve 1,000 middle school students, officials said.
The city is converting 75 Morton St. to a new middle school, which will open in 2017.
Residents decry NYU's offer to build a new school in the area in exchange for their real estate project's approval.
More than 200 residents turned out in opposition to plans to erect the tallest building ever built in Greenwich Village.
Parents will have to wait at least five years if they hope to see 75 Morton St. used as a school.
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