March 20, 2009Reading Time: < 1 minute
March 10, 2009 –
There has been a flurry of media attention about the Lieb House’s successful transport from Long Beach Island, NJ and arrival on Long Island. After being loaded onto a barge at Barnegat, it floated by Pier 17 in NYC (South Street Seaport and Brooklyn Bridge), on it’s way to final destination in Glen Cove, NY. Architects Robert Venturi, original designer of the house, and Denise Scott Brown were in attendance on Pier 17 as the house passed.
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