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The New York Public Library to Close Hudson Park Branch through Early Spring for Renovation


Upgrades to the heating and cooling system at The New York Public Library’s Hudson Park branch will begin December 14, as part of continuing efforts to improve local branches. In order to facilitate these improvements, the branch will be closed temporarily until early spring. 
Upgrades will also be made to the fire detection and protection system. 
While construction is being done, patrons of the Hudson Park Library can use the Library’s Jefferson Market Branch at 425 Avenue of the Americas. All items on hold at the Hudson Park Library will be delivered to the Jefferson Market Branch beginning December 14 until the renovation is completed. 
Contact: Jonathan Pace | 212.592.7710 |
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