This NYC landmarked building underwent a substantial structural, mechanical and architectural rehabilitation and Landmarks Preservation Commission approved historic restoration that returned it to its original condition.
This penthouse addition to a historic Tribeca building spans the depth of an entire NYC block and features a rooftop garden and exercise spa, an opening glass wall that seemlessly connects the living area with the rooftop landscape, custom designed interior floating stairs, and advanced home control systems.
OCV’s design for this mixed use New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission SoHo loft building modernized and transformed the rundown existing lobby to striking effect.
This stretch of four historic commercial storefronts on the corner of Bleecker and Christopher Streets in the West Village received a Landmarks Preservation approved historic renovation with interior reconfiguration.
Together with a historic renovation of the facades and storefronts, the set of four commercial spaces now each offer tenants ample room for retail businesses.
Sitting at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, this new construction was recreated to resemble the Landmarked 19th century warehouse that occupied this Fulton Ferry Historic District site.
The NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission-approved historic facade was rebuilt while a conversion added a three-story stacked addition to the rear of the building, making room for 13, 2+ bedroom luxury condos with spacious terraces.
As part of a portfolio of five rehabs in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, this historic 42-unit building on St. Nicholas Ave. underwent an Enterprise Green Communities rehabilitation.
The renovation work at the residential lobby of this mixed use SOHO loft building included:
– renovation of the marble wall finish
– restoration of the existing ceiling complete with new lighting
– new terrazzo flooring
– new elevator door frames and custom millwork at interior door surrounds
– integration of heating, intercom and security features
This project is the combination of three tenements into an elevatored residence for formerly homeless and persons with mental health issues.
The shared two and three room dormitory style layouts provide 55 tenant rooms in the mixed five and three-story buildings. A key park interior courtyard and restored antique furnishings are main features of the project.
The Cornerstone Residence is the site of a 104,000 s.f., seven contiguous building, historic complex within the resurging city center of Newburgh, NY. OCV’s challenge here was the successful integration of a vast mixed-use program, including supportive housing, 12 artist’s lofts with adjacent studio space, a theater, and retail and commercial spaces, into a cohesive development within the city’s historic context.
In 2007, the Cornerstone was awarded ‘Outstanding Residence of the Year’ by the Supportive Housing Network of New York.
The Binghamton YWCA turned to OCV for our expertise in supportive housing, historical preservation, and gut rehabs when they needed a partner to transform their run-down historical home into a modern, multi-use building. Additional challenges included assisting the client in attaining funding sources and an atypical infrastructure revealed only during demolition.
The project completely reconfigured and converted existing dorm-style housing into individual apartments outfitted with new bathrooms and full kitchens, nearly doubling the number of women and children served.
In 2009, the YWCA Binghamton was awarded ‘Outstanding Residence of the Year’ by the Supportive Housing Network of New York.