HISTORICAL EXTERIOR RESTORATIVE WORK: consisted of exterior restoration throughout all facades, which included repairing deteriorated terra cotta with new architectural cast stone units; selective replacement of deteriorated masonry; installation of waterproofing membranes beneath select locations of replacement masonry; and selective replacement of deteriorated structural steel window lintels and a portion of the adjoining brickwork with new galvanized steel lintels and new brickwork, as well as rebuilding the damaged northeast corner of the building; rebuilding the brick and terra cotta parapets; selective replacement and repointing of brick; selective sill replacement; selective terra cotta replacement with GFRC or cast stone; exterior alterations at the roof, including replacement of the roofing membrane, the installation of control joints on the inside facing walls of the parapets; and cladding in the bulkheads in stucco.
HISTORICAL ENTRANCE RESTORATIVE WORK: patch and repaint of the concrete planters flanking the primary entrance at the first floor to match parapet.
HISTORICAL WINDOW RESTORATION: including replacement of 726 white painted, straight-headed, one-over-one, double hung metal windows throughout all of the building facades with light brown painted double hung windows, including 30 arch-headed, six-over-six, wood windows at the second floor level; 63 straight-headed one-over-one, metal windows at 11 vertical rows of small windows at courtyard, including 5 vertical rows at the street facing courtyard facade; and 633 straight-headed six-over-six metal windows at all of the remaining window openings.
1100 GRAND CONCOURSE
BRONX, NY 10462
LANDMARK: GRAND CONCOURSE HISTORIC DISTRICT