Jazz at Lincoln Center, Ertegun Atrium

Jazz at Lincoln Center renovated the public spaces in Frederick P. Rose Hall, its home in the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle. The project commenced in July 2015, with an estimated cost of $18.5 million and a scheduled completion of December. The redesign comes a decade after the opening of Rose Hall.

The Ertegun Atrium features improved visibility of Columbus Circle and a terrace with room for small ensembles and café seating. Two new glass staircases were installed to improve the flow between the hall’s two floors. And the Nesuhi Ertegun Jazz Hall of Fame — named for Ahmet’s brother and business partner, who died in 1989 — was remaded as a more interactive experience.

  • Client: Jazz at Lincoln Center
  • Architect: Ennead Architects
  • Completion Year: 2015
  • Location: New York, New York


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