Landmarks Preservation Commission Approves New-York Historical Society Expansion
The Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a proposed expansion by the New-York Historical Society on Manhattan’s Upper West Side that will include a sculpture garden, classrooms, and galleries; new state-of-the art collections storage space; and space for the new LBGTQ+ Museum. AKRF is providing historic resources consulting for the RAMSA-designed project.
Rendering: The New-York Historical Society expansion by Robert A.M. Stern Architects as viewed from 76th Street. Image courtesy of Alden Studios for Robert A.M. Stern Architects.