WWII Museum To Enclose American Sector Exterior Plaza, Build New Buildings

by • August 5, 2016 • Architecture & Design, Construction, Warehouse DistrictComments (0)2532

The WWII Museum has filed plans with the city to enclose American Sector’s outdoor bar plaza area, restore the original 2 story gallery at 1037 Magazine Street, and build a new historic in-fill building next to the Pavilion The Hall of democracy.

Plans show the American Sector expansion will add an additional 20 tables to the restaurant.

The new gallery being added to 1037 Magazine Street looks great, and brings it back to what it used to looked like a while back (the plans include an undated historic photo with gallery).

The WWI Museum has been on a roll lately, including the construction of the $10 million Canopy of Peace and building a $3 million pedestrian bridge over St. Joseph Street.

Voorsanger Mathes, LLC did a beautiful job with the plans and renderings.

Check out the renderings below.

WWII Museum - American Sector Magazine Plans (1)

WWII Museum - American Sector Magazine Plans 4 (1)

WWII Museum - American Sector Magazine Plans 3 (1)

WWII Museum - American Sector Magazine Plans 2 (1)

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