HERITAGE HEALTH AND HOUSING

PROJECT INFORMATION

Heritage Health and Housing’s Harry Simmon’s Residence has undergone a number of renovations in recent years; the most recent of which was performed by NY Engineers. The renovation involved major façade improvements in order to maintain the 140-bed building in tiptop shape.

HOW WE HELPED HERITAGE HEALTH AND HOUSING

The renovations were in compliance with Local Law 11. This project was funded by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

Location
1649 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY
Client
Heritage Health and Housing
Architect
Prime
Budget
$3M
Area
71,000 ft2

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