NEW YORK — The Palace Arts Journal in New York’s Central Park is getting a make-over, the latest addition to the city’s architectural legacy.
The magazine was founded in 1913 and features an eclectic mix of architectural styles, including American, Renaissance, Gothic and Victorian.
A new digital edition is expected to be released in 2018, the Journal said on its website.
“The palace art journal was originally dedicated to the New York Times, the New Yorker and the New Republic, among others,” the magazine said in a statement.
“Its mission remains unchanged, though its magazine format has changed a bit since its inception.”
The magazine has been in the building since 1928, but in recent years has faced a number of changes.
The Journal, which now publishes online, is owned by Condé Nast Entertainment.
The New York Public Library is taking over management of the building and will be running it as a museum.