A purpose-built city campus building of KSBL is located at Stadium Road, Karachi, Pakistan, on a prestigious 3 acre site owned by The Dawood Foundation. The Dawood Foundation-KSBL City Campus is designed to accommodate up to 325 students. It comprises of horse-shoe style lecture theatres to facilitate the case study teaching method, seminar rooms, breakout rooms, meeting rooms, cafeteria, a library and a fully equipped auditorium. The campus has been fitted with the latest technology to allow real-time distance teaching.
The design concept for the campus building has been developed by William McDonough + Partners (WM+P), a U.S.-based architectural firm. Founder William McDonough is a winner of three presidential awards and has been cited in Time magazine as "changing the design of the world". WM+P has designed projects such as the NASA Sustainability Base in California and the American University School of International Service in Washington DC, USA.