In 2011, the United Nations was in the midst of a eight-year-long renovation to refurbish its facilities. Asbestos was removed, glass walls replaced, and systems brought up to current building codes. The project was completed ‒ to the tune of $2.15 billion ‒ in 2017.
We're happy to report that the reflection of Tudor City and the Midtown skyline on the Secretariat's glass curtain wall remains as Instagram-worthy as ever.
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