New York’s city-owned buildings are getting an upgrade as the city prepares to install a new concrete elevator.
The new structure, which is called the Concretefoundation, is a $1.3 billion renovation of the city-funded old buildings in Central Park.
Construction is set to begin in 2020.
The city hopes to use the concretefounded building as a training ground for new construction.
The project has been approved by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who has said that the concreting renovation will improve public safety.
The Concrete is one of the first of several projects the city has embarked on to overhaul its crumbling old city.
New York State has spent $60 billion on the city since it was created in 1917.
The capital’s aging buildings, like the Empire State Building and the World Trade Center, have been subject to frequent earthquakes and hurricanes.
Construction on the new concreted structure is expected to take years, but the city is hoping it will be completed before the end of the century.
The old buildings, which were built in the 1930s and ’40s, were a prime example of New York, a wealthy, diverse and diverse-society city.
The City of New Yorkers is now seeking to improve public infrastructure, which has been hit hard by the effects of climate change and a lack of access to water, as well as by pollution, homelessness and blight.
The state is also looking at a variety of ways to improve air quality, which experts say is already dangerously polluted.
The building, designed by New-York-based architect Joseph Lai, will be the largest concrete slab in New York.
Construction of the building is expected take years.
It is expected that the concrete will be removed by 2020.
According to the city, the concretion will also include a water conservation project and the addition of storm water treatment plants.