LEVENBETTS tapped by Queens Museum for final phase of expansion project

The Queens Museum (née Queens Museum of Art) has announced that LEVENBETTS, a Manhattan-based architectural practice with a wealth of experience helming cultural projects across New York City and beyond, will lead the final phase of a $69 million expansion project at the museum’s longtime home within Flushing Meadows–Corona Park.

Speaking to AN, Queens Museum Chief Operator Office Debra Wimpfheimer praised LEVENBETTS as being “respectful to our community, our architecture, and the work that we’re doing.”

Selected for the Queens Museum expansion project via the New York City Department of Design and Construction (DDC)’s Project Excellence Program, other recent LEVENBETTS projects of note include multiple

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