30 Crosby Street, SoHo, Manhattan
Conversion to residential lofts of a five-story, 60,000sf, factory building in the SoHo Cast Iron Historic District.
Designed by William Cauvet, Architect, in a Utilitarian Style and constructed in 1878 with a brick and stone facade. Used as a corset factory, the building was joined to 472 Broadway (see above) with the Broadway building being used as a store to sell the goods. Conservation of the exterior of the and renovation of the interior including two-story penthouse addition.
Landmarks Preservation Commission and City Planning Commission approval.