77 Mercer St. New York

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77 Mercer St. New York

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Building Highlights

Located in the SoHo Cast Iron District, this building was completed in 1876 by architect Jesse Powers.

Designated a New York City Landmark as part of a historical district.

Its original function was that of being a store and loft building until it was converted to a condominium building.

Project Highlights

Scope of Project: Rehabilitation of cast iron structure and design of decorative metal cornice representing the historic characteristics. A complete restoration of sidewalk structure and finishes was completed in addition to associated waterproofing in order to rectify pervasive water infiltration issues. 

FSI's Involvement: FSI designed the new cornice and engineering for the building. The firm worked closely with the contractor to ensure the project was finished according to specifications and details. FSI also worked with the Community Board to replicate the historical details throughout the whole restoration process.

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