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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.

Close up 55 Hope St..jpg
       
     
Corner view 55 Hope St.jpg
       
     
Full Corner view.jpg
       
     
Full view 55 Hope St.jpg
       
     
Left Angle 55 Hope St.jpg
       
     
LOBBY EAST 55 Hope St.jpg
       
     
Looking Up 55 Hope St.jpg
       
     
Right Angle 55 Hope St.jpg
       
     
Left view 55 Hope St..jpg
       
     
Entrance 55 Hope St..jpg