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NYU StudentLink & Global Services Center

New York, NY

This project, which began with a feasibility study, involved the restoration and gut renovation of a 4-story masonry building within the NoHo Historic District and the construction of a new addition. Silman’s scope also included a full facade restoration.

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The early 20th century building was originally a paper warehouse, then was converted to a small factory (Herman Gronenberg and Albert Leuchtag, 1913). It has been designated as a Contributing Building by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

The early 20th century building was originally a paper warehouse, then was converted to a small factory (Herman Gronenberg and Albert Leuchtag, 1913). It has been designated as a Contributing Building by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

The building now accommodates a student services location, administrative offices, and space for visiting scholars.

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