Nassau County’s 1939 courthouse on Old Country Road in Mineola, NY. Photo by David Handschuh for NYLJ.

While Nassau County’s Neoclassical-style courthouse (designed by architect William B. Tubby in 1899) was carefully restored in 2009, the county’s equally remarkable Art Deco-style courthouse still awaits much-needed repairs.  Planned and constructed in 1939 as a federal Public Works Administration project, the three-building Depression-era complex was designed by architect Lawrence J. Lincoln and features sculptural panels and other work by artist Albert Stewart.

We’re excited to support this new initiative at one of Long Island’s great Art Deco gems!  To learn more, check out these recent reports from the New York Law Journal HERE, as well as Newsday and abc7NY below: