The Moynihan Train Hall project expands the nation’s busiest train station, Pennsylvania Station, New York across 8th Avenue into the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building, part of a mixed-use redevelopment of the entire block. The imposing century-old Post Office Building was designed by the same architecture firm, McKim, Mead, and White, as the original, iconic Pennsylvania Station.
Grand Light has been selected to restore the large exterior lanterns located on the facade of the historic post office. Our on-site team, working in conjunction with Graciano Corporation, carefully removed and transported all lanterns to Grand Light’s Lighting Restoration Factory located in Seymour, Connecticut.
For more information regarding the restoration of the historic lighting fixtures from the Moynihan Train Hall project, you may review the Historic Lighting Restoration Project Webpage.