The long history of Federal Hall is getting another layer, as the 1842 Greek Revival-style building undergoes an $11.3 million structural rehabilitation. The National Park Service (NPS) began restoration work on the national memorial in March 2005, including repairing its cracked marble-and-granite façade and interior walls, replacing its heating and cooling system, and installing sub-basement supports down to bedrock.
It is scheduled to reopen for Columbus Day weekend 2006, October 6, 7, and 8.
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