SOUTH WILLIAM STREET RESTORATION PROJECT
Address: 21-23 South William Street, New York, NY 10004
Type of Work: Facade Restoration (front and rear facades)
Project Date: 2008
In 2008, Bulado General Contractors was retained by Wall Street Builders and Douglas Korves Larsen Shein Ginsberg to participate in the restoration of the front and rear facades of 21-23 South William Street, as part of the conversion project of the building into condominiums. 21 South William Street was built in 1928 in Neo-Tudor style in one of the oldest streets in Manhattan. Its rear facade fronts Stone Street and is the first paved road of the city.
The restoration compromised:
- Powerwashing the facade
- Rebuilding cornices on windows
- Rebuilding of limestone block columns
- Rebuilding the stucco decorations
- Repairing the damaged sections of limestone and brick
- Re-pointing all stone and wall joints
The age of the building, the complexity of its decorations, the variety of the materials present and its status as a landmark required very careful attention to detail to ensure the historic value of the structure was conserved for a long time to come.
Bulado is proud to have 21-23 William Street within its portfolio and is a testament to our dedication to quality and performance.
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