ACORN Community High School

In late 1990s, OCV converted what was once an 80,000 square foot factory in Brooklyn into a high school for 800 students.

The design of classrooms took advantage of existing large industrial windows to fill the school with natural light. Science labs, a library, gymnasium, cafeteria and kitchen were also designed to fit into and work with the existing historic structure.

 

 

 


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CLIENT
New York City Board of Education
LOCATION
Brooklyn, NY
STATUS
Completed 1998
SQUARE FEET
80,000
COST
$12,000,000
STRUCTURAL
William Atlas & Associates
MEP
Abraham Joselow,
PE, PC

CONSTRUCTION
Cheever Development Corporation

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