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Steinway Hall Moves 14 Blocks South

Second Manhattan Move In As Many Centuries / International Center of Photography Moves To Bowery

steinway hall icp international center of photographyJanuary 5, 2015 / Bronx Neighborhoods & History Bronx NYC / Bronx Buzz NYC.

The Steinway & Sons Piano Company sold Steinway Hall on 57th Street last year for a reported $195 million, and then sold the piano company which has called Astoria Queens its home for about 150 years.

 

Steinway Hall was just across the street from Carnegie Hall, which made moving the very large but delicate and valuable pianos into and out of Carnegie Hall less complicated. Steinway Hall is moving into what has been the Midtown home of the International Center of Photography along 6th Avenue and 43rd Street. The International Center of Photography is moving to a new location in the Bowery near the New Museum which is at 235 Bowery near Prince Street.

 

 

steinway hall moves midtown nycSteinway Hall has been located on 57th Street since 1925 when Steinway & Sons Piano Company moved from their first location on 14th Street. Steinway Hall has been a mix of history and art as it was designed by Warren & Wetmore, one of the architectural firms that collaborated on the re-design of the Beaux-Arts Grand Central Terminal a dozen years earlier [1913]. Grand Central Terminal was first erected in 1871.

 

Steinway Hall is expected to open in this location in 2016, following the re-design of the space. The International Center of Photography is expected to open in mid 2015.

Click here for our report on Steinway Hall moves from its 57th Street location in Midtown Manhattan NYC.

 


Steinway Hall Moves 14 Blocks South

Second Manhattan Move In As Many Centuries / International Center of Photography Moves To Bowery

steinway hall icp international center of photographyJanuary 5, 2015 / Bronx Neighborhoods & History Bronx NYC / Bronx Buzz NYC.

The Steinway & Sons Piano Company sold Steinway Hall on 57th Street last year for a reported $195 million, and then sold the piano company which has called Astoria Queens its home for about 150 years.

 

Steinway Hall was just across the street from Carnegie Hall, which made moving the very large but delicate and valuable pianos into and out of Carnegie Hall less complicated. Steinway Hall is moving into what has been the Midtown home of the International Center of Photography along 6th Avenue and 43rd Street. The International Center of Photography is moving to a new location in the Bowery near the New Museum which is at 235 Bowery near Prince Street.

 

 

steinway hall moves midtown nycSteinway Hall has been located on 57th Street since 1925 when Steinway & Sons Piano Company moved from their first location on 14th Street. Steinway Hall has been a mix of history and art as it was designed by Warren & Wetmore, one of the architectural firms that collaborated on the re-design of the Beaux-Arts Grand Central Terminal a dozen years earlier [1913]. Grand Central Terminal was first erected in 1871.

 

Steinway Hall is expected to open in this location in 2016, following the re-design of the space. The International Center of Photography is expected to open in mid 2015.

 


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