Saint Cecilia’s Church update: New flooring is installed as the last phase of the renovation.

This beautiful Neo-Italian Romanesque church in Manhattan is one of Harlem’s neighborhood treasures. On the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was designed by Napoleon LeBrun & Sons in 1883. The new, comprehensive design respects the original conception of the architect, while brightening and enriching the expansive interior.

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