Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Planned and designed by the largest group of American Postwar architects and planners to ever collaborate on a single project, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is an internationally renowned cultural arts center boasting a cohesive ensemble of Formalist, International-Style and Brutalist buildings constructed between 1958 and 1969. Intent on honoring this highly significant complex, an Upper West Side preservation organization known as Landmark West! commissioned Gregory to list Lincoln Center on the National Register of Historic Places with input and oversight by Kathleen Randall and Andrew Dolkart. Although the property was denied listing due to owner objection, the Nomination itself continues to serve as an important resource for its sponsor and other preservationists in the face of ongoing redevelopment proposals for the center.

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