755 Park Avenue

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755 Park Avenue

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Building Highlights

Thirteen story building built in 1914 by Architects W.L. Rouse & L.A. Goldstone.

This building is a part of the Upper East Side Historic District.

Neo-Renaissance style on the corner of East 72nd Street and Park Avenue. The two street-facing facades consist of a limestone base, roman brick throughout, a copper roof cornice, and decorative terracotta water tables and balconettes at the third, eighth, and tenth floors.

Project Highlights

Scope of Project: Complete restoration of the 72nd Street and Park Avenue facades and partial restoration of the remaining facades. The façade restoration includes cleaning, cutting and pointing of mortar, terracotta ornamentation replacement with precast, replacement of sills and lintels, and window restoration.

FSI’s Involvement: FSI coordinated work with the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission. Our office conducted close-up hands-on surveys of all facades to determine the scope of work and prepare construction documents. FSI specified all of the materials and is managed the complete facade restoration.

The project received the 2019 Exterior Restoration Award from Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts (www.friends-ues.org)

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