Location: New York, New York
Year Built: 1901-1907
Original Architect: Harry Allen Jacobs
Designed as the Hotel Seville by Harry Allen Jacobs and constructed between 1901 and 1907, 22 East 29th Street (now the James New York - NoMad) is typical of elegant New York City hotels built during the early years of the 20th century.
The project included a complete exterior restoration, interior renovation, and new addition. BCA designed the exterior restoration and managed the Historic Tax Credit application for this project. BCA conducted an existing conditions survey, made treatment recommendations, and prepared the construction documents for the building’s exterior restoration scope, including new mortar; fabrication of new terra cotta units; and stone, brick, and terra cotta restoration. BCA also monitored the restoration work during construction.
• Terra Cotta