City officials are scheduled to review a proposal early next month for a new four-story classroom and administrative building on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania for its business school.

The Wharton Academic Research Building, planned for a triangular parcel bounded by the 37th Street and Woodland Walks north of Spruce Street, is to come before the Philadelphia Civic Design Review board Sept. 5, according to the committee's website.

The building's bottom two floors would be used for lecture halls and other academic space, with its top levels accommodating research areas, academic offices and administrative spaces, Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett said in June remarks to Penn trustees reported by the Daily Pennsylvanian.