New York City Center
130 West 56th Street, New York

New York City Center is a dance and musical theater.  It was originally called the Mecca Temple and was built in 1923. After the crash of 1929, it became city property and was converted into a home for the performing arts in 1943.  Its administrative office and City Center Studios are located at 130 West 56th Street.

PAR Plumbing, a division of The PAR Group, will provide labor and material to run 100 feet of copper piping from the 8th to 9th floor bathrooms. Par Plumbing will also re-pipe cold water to water closet and lavatory as well as insulation on all new piping.

City Center