Park Lane at Seaview

Staten Island, New York

The Seaview Hospital complex, planned and built between 1905 and 1938, was the largest and most costly municipal facility for the treatment of tuberculosis of its date in the country. The campus was largely abandoned in the 1970s and its buildings left to deteriorate. BCA was the historic preservation consultant on for Park Lane at Seaview.

This project is the recipient of the Lucy G. Moses Preservation Award by the New York Landmarks Conservancy and the "Timmy" Award for Excellence in Historic Rehabilitation by the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association.


Materials: Metal, Terra Cotta, Wood
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