704 Broadway, New York

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704 Broadway, New York

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Building Highlights

Located in the NoHo District.

Constructed in 1894 and designed by DeLemos & Cordes.

A renaissance revival style building that originally served as a store and warehouse. It was converted to artist's lofts in 1996. 

The building structure is steel and cast-iron frame with limestone and granite columns at the base, brick and terracotta ornamentation in the upper levels. 

Project Highlights 

Scope of Project:  Restoration of the front (Broadway), South and East facades. The Broadway facade required general re-pointing, repairs to cracked stone and terracotta decorative elements. Missing elements were replicated in GRFC. The east facade required structural replacement and reinforcement of steel beams in the area of the fire escape landings that had badly corroded because of water infiltration. 

FSI's Involvement: FSI prepared construction documents and provided project management services during the construction phase, all the while keeping costs under tight control. In addition, the firm engineered the structural reinforcement with the goal of minimizing disturbances to the unit owners in the affected apartments.

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