United Nations building gets $1.87 billion makeover

09/20/2010 | Architectural Record (free registration)

The United Nations headquarters in New York is getting its first makeover since it was built shortly after World War II. The $1.87 billion renovation plans include asbestos remediation, higher ceilings and other interior improvements. The work is expected to be complete in 2015.

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