The Museum of the City Of New York's Completes Its Renovation
by Great Places Directory
Wednesday, December 16, 2015

The Museum of the City of New York has finished the final phase of its 10-year $95 million renovation project – the first of it's kind since the museum's completion back in 1932.

This extensive three-phase project included renovations to modernize and upgrade the original construction to make it state-of-the-art and provide expanded exhibition opportunities. The newly restored details and modern amenities also provide a dramatic backdrop for a variety private events.

Here are some highlights from the renovation:

  • Construction of the 3,000-square-foot James G. Dinan and Elizabeth R. Miller Gallery
  • Restoration of various historic elements of the Museum’s Colonial Revival building
  • Restoration and updating of the lobby and Fifth Avenue and South Terraces
  • Renovation of the Museum’s South Wing
  • Construction of the Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery
  • The renovated spaces will also be energy efficient, qualifying for LEED Silver certification

Learn more about planning an event at the Museum.

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