Beyer Blinder Belle | City Hall
New York City Hall, completed in 1812, is one of the nation’s oldest government buildings still serving its original purpose. Numerous ad-hoc renovations and modifications over the years had compromised the integrity of the landmarked building. A comprehensive and holistic rehabilitation – the first in more than 50 years – incorporated 21st century systems and technology with as light a touch as possible, preserving the historic fabric and spaces. Join Beyer Blinder Belle Partner Richard Southwick for a tour of the revitalized landmark, including the Rotunda, City Council Chamber, and new below-grade spaces.
AIA CES : 1 LU | HSW
Monograph in Motion is an ongoing series of public tours organized by Open House New York that celebrates the work of design firms that have had a significant impact on New York City’s built environment.