Expansion Project to Be Substantially Complete by March 2021
In early December, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that the Javits Center expansion project will be substantially complete by March 2021, four years after the official groundbreaking ceremony for the historic project. As of December,... >>
Governor Cuomo Signs Expansion Steel Beam
As a sign of the expansion project’s steady progress, Governor Cuomo signed one of the last steel beams to be installed for the $1.5 billion project earlier this month. Surrounded by project managers, Javits Center employees and a team... >>
Largest NYC Rooftop Solar Array Coming Here
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the selection of a developer to design and install up to 1.4 megawatts of solar renewable energy on the green rooftop of the Javits Center on Manhattan's West Side. New York City's largest rooftop solar... >>
Expansion Project Moving Forward
The Javits Center’s expansion project is less than two years away from completion as construction is moving along at a steady pace. The steel structure is being erected across the construction site, providing the framework for the new... >>
First Section of Expansion Steel Installed
The first sections of steel were installed for the Javits Center’s expansion project, a major milestone in the construction of more than 1 million square feet for the convention center on Manhattan’s West Side. The steel will serve as... >>
IAEE Hosting Expansion Event
The New York chapter of the International Association of Exhibitions and Events is hosting an event on September 26 to discuss the latest developments related to the expansion of the Javits Center, the largest convention center in New... >>