615 Hudson St. New York

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615 Hudson St. New York

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Building Highlights

Located in the Greenwich Village Historic District.

Erected in 1859 and designed by Solomon Banta. 

Four-story building designated a Landmark in 1969. 

Originally built as house, the first floor was later remodeled to include a storefront. 

Project Highlights

Scope of Project: The project was commissioned to FSI as a restoration of the four exterior facades and roof replacement. Specifications in the scope included removal of damaged brick from all facades, complete repointing of all the mortar joints, replacement of wood windows and cladded lintels and the reconstruction of parapets. 

FSI's Involvement: FSI prepared construction documents detailing the restoration of the facades and roof replacement. The firm worked closely with NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission and was able to replicate the Italianate wood cornice on the front facade. Chimneys and flues were reconstructed, new skylights and access panel installed and new guardrails, not visible from the street, were added on the roof in order to comply with current code requirements.

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