A Spruced Up Central Park Precinct Opens to Public

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Wednesday, March 27, 2013
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Exterior of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of New York City Department of Design + Construction)

Exterior of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of New York City Department of Design + Construction)

Mayor Bloomberg and the NYPD gathered yesterday to unveil the newly renovated Central Park Precinct, the oldest stationhouse in the city. According to DNAinfo, the $61 million project included repairs to the crumbling building and a new canopy and glass atrium over the lobby, with the help of Karlsberger Architects.

Ribbon cutting of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of Mayors Office/Flickr)

Ribbon cutting of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of Mayors Office/Flickr)

Interior of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of New York City Department of Design + Construction)

Interior of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of New York City Department of Design + Construction)

Interior of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of New York City Department of Design + Construction)

Interior of Central Park Precinct (Courtesy of New York City Department of Design + Construction)

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