Dark Sky Compliant Improvements at The Frick Art & Historical Center

The Frick Art & Historical Center recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to highlight a variety of site updates. The event celebrated the completion of a campaign that included Dark Sky compliant pathway and landscape lights funded by Colcom Foundation. The LED lights were installed with the philosophy of light only when needed, be no brighter than necessary, and direct light downward. 

Additionally, the Frick upgraded the parking lot with bike racks, accessibility paths, landscaping, and line striping; installed a generator; replaced the roof on the Carriage and Car Gallery; and repointed the mansion chimney.


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