Conservation Work & Houses

upper west side

The Eldorado Lobby

The Eldorado Lobby

300 Central Park, West Manhattan

The Eldorado was designed by Emery Roth in an Art Deco Style and constructed in 1931.

Historical and archaeological investigation followed by a conservation of the finishes of the Eldorado lobby.

24 West 70th Street

24 West 70th Street

Manhattan

Conservation of the exterior and restoration of the interior of a four-story townhouse in the Upper West Side Historic District. Designed by Thom & Wilson, Architects, in a Renaissance Revival Style and constructed in 1892 with a brownstone facade as part of a row of four townhouses.

314 West 71st Street

314 West 71st Street

Manhattan

Conservation of the exterior and restoration of the interior of a three-story and basement townhouse in the West 71st Street Historic District on a cul-de-sac. Designed by John C. Burne, Architect, in a Renaissance Revival Style and constructed in 1893 with an ashlar masonry facade and a metal cornice as part of a row of six townhouses.

322 West 71st Street

322 West 71st Street

Manhattan

Conservation of the exterior and restoration of the interior of a three-story and basement townhouse in the West 71st Street Historic District on a cul-de-sac. Designed by Arthur J. Horgan, Architect, in a Renaissance Revival Style and constructed in 1894 with a brownstone facade and a metal cornice as part of a row of three townhouses.

101 Central Park West

101 Central Park West

Manhattan

Conservation and restoration of a 10 room 1929 apartment for a college president at 101 Central Park West. Designed by Schwartz & Gross in a Neo-Renaissance Style and constructed in 1929.

45 West 75th Street

45 West 75th Street

Manhattan

Conservation of the exterior and restoration of the interior of a four-story and basement townhouse in the Upper West Side – Central Park WestHistoric District. Designed by George M. Walgrove, Architect, in a Renaissance Revival Style and constructed in 1890 with a brownstone facade and a metal cornice as part of a row of eight townhouses.

121 & 131 West 78th

121 & 131 West 78th

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Conservation of the exteriors and restoration of the interiors of two three-story and basement townhouses in the Upper West Side Historic District. Designed by Rafael Gustavino, Architect, in a Moorish Revival Style, inside and out, and constructed in 1885 with brick, stone, terra-cotta and ironwork facades as part of a row of six townhouses.

82 Riverside Drive

82 Riverside Drive

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Conservation of the exterior, restoration of the interior and conversion back to a one family house of a five-story townhouse in the Riverside Drive-West 80th-81st Street Historic District. Designed by Clarence True, Architect, in an Elizabethan Renaissance Revival Style, and constructed with a limestone facade in 1897 as part of a row of seven townhouses.

140 West 88th Street

140 West 88th Street

Manhattan

Conservation of the exterior and restoration of the interior of a three-story and basement townhouse in the Upper West Side Historic District. Originally a one family house, conversion from a rooming house to a two family house.

Designed by Neville & Bagge, Architect, in a Renaissance Revival Style and constructed in 1894 with a brownstone facade and a metal cornice as part of a row of four townhouses.

151 West 88th Street

151 West 88th Street

Manhattan

Conservation of the exterior and restoration of the interior of a three-story and basement townhouse in the Upper West Side Historic District. Originally a one family house, conversion from a rooming house to a two family house.

Designed by McDowell & Henry, Architect, Builders & Developers, in a Renaissance Revival Style with Romanesque Revival elements and constructed in 1890 with a sandstone facade and a metal cornice as part of a row of six townhouses.

336 Central Park West

336 Central Park West

Manhattan

Conservation and restoration of a 1928 ten room apartment. 336 Central Park West was designed by Schwartz & Gross in an Art Deco Style with Egyptian-inspired elements and constructed in 1928.

Bailey Residence

Bailey Residence

10 St. Nicholas Place, Manhattan

Consultation services for the conservation of the Bailey Residence. Individually designated by the Landmark Preservation Commission, the 1887 Bailey Residence was built in 1887 for James Anthony Bailey, partner in the famed Barnum & Bailey Circus. This Romanesque Revival house was designed by Samuel B. Reed, Architect. It is one of the last free standing houses in Manhattan. The remarkably intact exterior and interior are being conserved.