Steven Holl Architects could be on the hook for $10 million over Hunters Point Library’s inaccessibility

Steven Holl Architects (SHA) may be on the hook for over $10 million of upgrades at Hunters Point Library if the City of New York can win a lawsuit it filed last week. In New York State Supreme Court, the city sued SHA, Steven Holl, and SHA senior partner Christopher McVoy in a suit that alleged that the firm did not comply with the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) and breached its contract with the city’s Department of Design and Construction (DDC). 

The branch of the Queens Public Library, which opened in Queens’s Long Island City neighborhood in 2019, received immediate backlash over its

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