50 Warren St. New York

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50 Warren St. New York

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Building Highlights

Five story building dates circa 1857-1858.

Originally built for William Henry Jones although there is no record of the architect who designed it.

The building was designated a NYC Landmark in 2002 as part of the TriBeCa South Historic District Extension.

Italianate style with two identical cast-iron facades facing two different streets, Warren and Chambers.

Project Highlights

Scope of Project: Exterior restoration of cast iron on both the Warren Street and Chamber Street facades and replacement of the roof with a fluid applied roofing membrane. 

FSI's Involvement: FSI coordinated the work with the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission. Our office specified the materials and prepared construction documents and managed the construction. The roof replacement included restoration of the parapets, waterproofing, design and installation of a roof deck and canopy. The facade restoration included cleaning, paint stripping and repairs of the cast iron and wood windows, ornamentation and trim.

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