36 GRAMERCY PARK EAST, NEW YORK, NY
36 Gramercy Park East is a 1910 steel framed apartment building constructed in a flamboyant Gothic Revival style to the designs of James Riely Gordon. The building features a street elevation of richly detailed white glazed terra cotta with shield motifs, projecting grotesques, and over 120 putti.
Full restoration of the street façade included significant terra cotta unit replication and resetting, full façade cleaning, as well as roofing and parapet rebuilding. The entire roof level cornice was disassembled and reset. A significant percentage of existing material was salvaged, and the remainder was replicated in matching glazed architectural terra cotta. 36 Gramercy Park East is a designated New York City Landmark; as such, all work was reviewed and approved by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission Staff.
- 2016 Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award
- 2016 Victorian Society in America Metropolitan Chapter Preservation Award
- 2016 Design Award of Excellence from the Society of American Registered Architects New York Council
- 2016 Design Award of Merit from the Society of American Registered Architects
Owner: 36 Gramercy Park Owners Inc.