Source: Seattle Curbed

Seattle’s City Council approved a $54 million expansion for the city’s Asian Art  Museum earlier this week.

It’s 1933 building will expand for new gallery spaces, offices and studios.

At least $21 million of the funds are directly from the city, and the remaining $33 million will be acquired through fundraising and federal historic building tax credits.

The museum will undergo a more than 13,000 square foot expansion and construction will begin next month.

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Asian Art Museum in Seattle to Undergo Expansion

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