Exterior repairs to this 11-story, Renaissance Revival apartment building included stone patching and reconstruction of the deteriorated spandrel beams. The building was initially constructed in 1896 as a commercial building for the New York Wool Exchange and later home to the American Thread Company. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
Local Law-11 façade repairs
Scaffold inspections of street facades
Limestone pinning and patching
Brick and limestone pointing
Completed: 2014 Agent: Orsid Realty Corporation Contractor: Nova Restoration