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 Built in 1902 as a six-story concrete industrial building with a poured-in-place facade, KBA was given the commission for the adaptive reuse of the building as a 117-unit residential development.  The complexity of converting the 113,000 SF building arose out of its existing site limitations, close column spacing, and unique "E"-configured plan.
       
     
       
     
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55 Hope St
       
     
55 Hope St

Brooklyn, NY

 Built in 1902 as a six-story concrete industrial building with a poured-in-place facade, KBA was given the commission for the adaptive reuse of the building as a 117-unit residential development.  The complexity of converting the 113,000 SF building arose out of its existing site limitations, close column spacing, and unique "E"-configured plan.
       
     

Built in 1902 as a six-story concrete industrial building with a poured-in-place facade, KBA was given the commission for the adaptive reuse of the building as a 117-unit residential development.  The complexity of converting the 113,000 SF building arose out of its existing site limitations, close column spacing, and unique "E"-configured plan.

       
     
55 hope back.jpg
       
     
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