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BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Capitol Building is getting the attention it deserves for a reason.
In the next year or so, the Capitol Building will be the focus of a series of “building stories” on NBC News.
The series will explore the architectural significance of the Capitol and the history of the building.
Among those stories:The building was built by the Pennsylvania legislature and is named for the state’s first Republican governor, Benjamin Harrison, in 1845.
It’s also the oldest surviving federal building in the United States.
Its name is a tribute to Gov.
Andrew Harrison, the third governor of Pennsylvania and the first Democrat in the White House.
Since taking office in 2017, Republican Gov.
Tom Wolf has been working to remake the state capitol.
A project led by a private developer, Horseshoe Bend Capital Group, has been seeking to make the Capitol one of the largest in the country.
Wolf is building a $1.8 billion $3.6 billion renovation of the historic building.
The plan calls for a new public plaza, an amphitheater and a new, redesigned plaza.
The first of these plans was announced last month.
“This is a building story for us,” said Robert Deutsch, executive director of Horsashoe Bend, which is developing the renovation project.
Deutsch says the new plaza is intended to draw more visitors and create a more welcoming and inclusive environment.
And the new amphitheaters are intended to attract more people to the building, Deutsch said.
As part of the new plans, the new Capitol Building renovations will include a “battery” of small-scale LED lights.
It will also include LED displays and a “living-room-like” interactive “virtual space” that will help visitors see the building from various angles.
It also will feature a “virtual kitchen,” according to the Horsshoe Bend website.
The website says the building will be redesigned to look “more like the Capitol building than just a building.”
In other words, it will look more like the old Capitol building.