24 Bethune St. New York

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24 Bethune St. New York

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Building Highlights

Located between Washington and Greenwich Streets, the building is part of Greenwich Village Historic District.

One of the six Greek Revival style residences built in 1844-45 and landmarked in 1969.

Three-story building featuring high wood frame structure with basement.

Originally, entrance was through the front stoop. Following renovations, the building is now entered through the basement where the door is framed with brownstone pilasters. 

Project Highlights

Scope of Project: FSI thoroughly investigated the building and upon investigation noted that the upper part of the front facade was bulging and in danger of collapse. FSI also reported issues at the windows and sidewalk.  

FSI's Involvement: The firm coordinated restoration with NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission and presented the changes to the Community Board. Restoration work included dismantling and replacing the front facade, replacing windows with wood ones that matched the historical configuration, replicate lintels and sills and replace sidewalk to comply with city regulations. FSI also assisted the client in obtaining bids and secured the building permits throughout the construction of the project.  

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