Brooklyn Dominates 2014 Municipal Art Society MASterworks Awards

Architecture, Awards, East
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
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The Weeksville Heritage Center by Caples Jefferson Architects took the MASterworks top honor. (NIC LEHOUX)

The Weeksville Heritage Center by Caples Jefferson Architects took the MASterworks top honor. (NIC LEHOUX)

For over 120 years, the Municipal Art Society has been an important organization in New York City’s efforts to promote a more livable environment and preserve the best of its past. It’s successful preservation campaigns and advocacy for better architecture—such as its advocacy to rebuild a better Penn Station—are well known. Now the organization has announced its annual MASterworks Awards, and of the nine buildings selected this year as honorees, many are in Brooklyn, confirming that borough’s continuing upgrading evolution.

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