Franklin Hudson Building

Address: 100 Hudson Street, New York, New York
Role: Preservation Architect
Architect: Alexander Baylies
Year Built: 1910
Completed: 2010
Project Status: Complete

Historic building restoration including the limestone façade and copper cornice.

We were retained to work on the exterior restoration of this ten-story loft building.

The Neo-Renaissance building is situated in the Tribeca West Historic District. SHA carried out a full exterior restoration of the building.

The scope of work included brick reconstruction and waterproofing, terracotta and stone repairs, wood window repairs and a window replacement master-plan, structural steel spandrel replacement, a storefront design and master-plan, and awning repairs.

Date:

November 5, 2019

Category:

Historic Preservation