2017 Aug 16

American Museum of Natural History’s Gilder Center Project Moves Forward

This week, the American Museum of Natural History filed plans for the Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation with The City of New York. Collaborating with architect Jeanne Gang of Studio Gang and exhibits designer Ralph Appelbaum of Ralph Appelbaum Associates, Reed Hilderbrand has designed the renewal of Theodore Roosevelt Park surrounding the Gilder Center.

More information on this update can be found here.

For a complete description of the landscape plan and changes approved for Roosevelt Park, please refer to Chapter 1, p. 12 of the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation’s DRAFT Environmental Impact Statement.