Preservation of concrete N.Y. pavilion to cost $52M

11/20/2013 | Daily News (New York)

A proposed preservation of the Philip Johnson-designed New York State Pavilion in New York City is expected to cost $52 million, according to local engineering reports. The structure, which is partly made from concrete, should be maintained, said Christian Doran of People for the Pavilion. "There's nothing else like it," Doran said. "It can provide a cultural and economic benefit to the city if repurposed properly."

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