The Cathedral Stone Newsletter

Historic Brick Wall Scheduled for Demolition Saved by Jahn M30 The Cathedral Stone Newsletter, July 2006 The condominium complex at 241 Eldridge Street was constructed in 1904 in the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Architect Scott Henson was hired by the condominium board to perform a full exterior analysis of the building. The analysis revealed a number of necessary repairs,...

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HABITAT MAGAZINE

The Wall (Didn’t) Come Tumbling Down A new product solves an old problem. Jody Shen (Additional reporting by Jennifer Wu) The sky wasn’t falling but the wall was a definite possibility. That was the dilemma facing 241 Eldridge Street, a 12-unit condominium on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, about two-and-a-half years ago. But thanks to a bit of detective work and the discovery...

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The New York Times

Lower East Side For a Frail Old Tenement, a Fortifying Dose of Goop Stephen Chernin for The New York Times Workers drilled 1,435 holes into the structure, and pumped in 1,280 gallons of the secret stuff. By EVE M. KAHN Published: May 22, 2005 A year ago, owners of condominium apartments at 241 Eldridge Street heard dire news. Cavities were forming within the brick walls of...

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