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Last Day to Catch ‘Changing Streetscapes: New Architecture & Open Space in Harlem’

1:05 PM EDT on September 9, 2006

Walk down almost any street in Harlem and you will see a transformation underway. Changing Streetscapes highlights recent construction and development in five areas: housing, commercial development, cultural and institutional projects, and landscape and planning. This exhibit offers a snapshot of the unfolding fabric of Harlem. The City College Architectural Center has documented the transformation underway with photos and architectural renderings of recent residential and commercial redevelopment.

WHEN: Tuesdays through Sundays, July 13 through October 1

WHERE: The New York Public Library Schomburg Center, 515 Malcolm X Blvd. at W. 135th St

FOR QUESTIONS: 212-491-2200 or visit the library website.

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