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New Thesis Explores Preservation of Recent Past

New Thesis Explores Preservation of Recent Past

August 11, 2017

Just published! This new thesis, written in a journalistic, creative nonfiction style, explores how New York City treats modern architecture under the Landmarks Law, referencing such buildings as 2 Columbus Circle, the Lever House, and University Village. It is a great read that uses interviews with key preservation figures in New York City, including our Founder and Chair, Anthony C. Wood. Access the full thesis here!

Above: 2 Columbus Circle; Courtesy of Renate O'Flaherty/Wikimedia Commons