The New York Public Library reopens newly renovated, 100-year-old Washington Heights branch on March 3

“The New York Public Library (NYPL) is reopening its Washington Heights branch on March 3 following an extensive renovation of the 100-year-old Carnegie library – offering users a branch that features expanded public space, modern amenities and better accessibility for patrons with a new ADA elevator, LULA lift and exterior ramp. The completion of the renovation nearly coincides with the Library’s centennial anniversary on February 26. The 17,000 square foot branch at 1000 St. Nicholas Avenue will officially open with a public ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 3 with community leaders and library staff. Residents and students from nearby schools are also invited to participate in the day-long festivities, which include programs throughout the day for all ages and a birthday cake to celebrate the Library’s 100th birthday the week before.” (via The New York Public Library)

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