Hungarian Dance University
For many decades, the headquarters of the institution and the Nádasi Ferenc High School, were located in the former Drechsler Palace at 25 Andrássy Street, District VI. After a longer or shorter period of dispersal, new ballet halls were built in 1976 in Kazinczy Street in District VII. In 1987, three more ballet halls were added to the existing five.
The construction of the current campus of the Hungarian Dance University began in 2001. At that time, the Gymnasium and the administrative units of the institution took possession of the educational-administrative building at 87-89 Columbus Street, District XIV. The following year saw the opening of 12 brand new ballet halls for the Dance Artsist Training Institute. In the autumn of 2004, the Dormitory (which until 1990 had been located on the Gellért quay, later on Pillangó Street XIV) also moved to the campus (100, American Street XIV), and from then on the institution could also use the villa on the campus, originally built as a holiday home. The latter housed the library and the health department and was completed in 2011. The renovation and extension of the Theatre was completed in the same year. As a final step, in 2018, the Kazinczy Street teaching units moved to the new Choreography and Dance Teacher Training Institute (96, American Road XIV), which was rebuilt on the campus.