The Bronx Museum of the Arts calls for architects to design its South Wing overhaul

Earlier this month, the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) on behalf of the Department of Cultural Affairs released a request for proposals for the latest overhaul at the half-century-old Bronx Museum of the Arts: a new South Wing Atrium and entrance at the southwest corner of the acclaimed cultural hub, abutting 165th Street and Grand Concourse. Per the NYCEDC, the current atrium space will be demolished and replaced by an “iconic new multi-story entrance and lobby.”

As detailed in a press release announcing the RFP, the major planned renovation calls for the creation of a “spacious lobby that includes seating, gathering space and large street-facing walls for

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