Historic building restoration including masonry and cast-iron façade and roof replacement.
This seven-story brick and brownstone condominium building, located in the NoHo Historic District, underwent an exterior restoration.
It was one of the first in the district to reflect the district’s shift from residential to commercial buildings in the late 19th century. The building features a street level storefront space which was restored to closely match the original.
The brick and brownstone upper floors were repaired with masonry patching mortars and re-pointed, and the roof was replaced with a new liquid applied roofing membrane.
November 4, 2019