The Cobblestone Loft

project information

Located on a cobblestone street where Vestry turns into Laight Street. There is a walking bridge connecting Tribeca to SoHo steps away. “The Cobblestone Loft” was built in 1891 as a warehouse and converted to 32 residential condominiums in 2000. There are seven stories.

how we helped The Cobblestone Loft

We provided professional on call MEP/FP engineering consultation services for the building. New York Engineers provided on-call MEP/FP engineering consultation for 28 Laight Street. This included site surveys, inspections, preparation of reports, design services, Construction Administration, and general advice to the Board for capital planning.

28 Laight Street,
New York
The Andrews Organization

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