Thomas Hunter Hall Facade, Window and Roof Renovation
A $13,000,000 repair project on this century-old building, located in the heart of the prominent Upper East Side Historic District, was initiated in 2007 and is now complete. Years of neglect made it necessary to erect a sidewalk bridge around the base of the structure in 2005 for the protection of pedestrians. The stone work includes extensive repairs to the parapets and turrets. Approximately 340 deteriorating windows and window frames that were original to the building have been replaced with double-glazed, thermally efficient windows that conform to NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission standards. In addition, major repairs have been made to the original roof which will lead to significant heating and cooling efficiencies.
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LOCATION: Main Campus, on Lexington Avenue, between 68th and 69th Streets.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: DASNY/CUNY/Hunter.