Combined FDNY & NYPD Facility

Serving both the New York City Police and Fire Departments, the Combined Police and Fire Facility is a new building which incorporates two Landmarked 19th-century facades. The original fire headquarters required the replacement of all brownstone ornament with new cast stone.  Sustainable features include the adaptive reuse of landmark facades and HVAC systems using scheduling controls and occupancy sensors. The project has received several awards including the Lucy G. Moses Award from the New York Landmarks Conservancy and New York City Art Commission.

Project Data
Client: The City of New York Department of Design & Construction + NYPD + FDNY
Construction Cost: $18,000,000
Services: Full Architectural Services
Completed: 1991