Blog posts pertaining to 36 Gramercy Park project

369th Regiment Armory Building, Lucy Moses Preservation Award Winner, Restoration, Boston Valley Terra Cotta

Boston Valley Terra Cotta Projects Awarded Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards

Two Boston Valley Terra Cotta projects will be awarded the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s highest honors for outstanding preservation at the 26th Lucy G. Moses Preservation Awards. The 369th Regiment Armory Building restored by STV Incorporated and 36 Gramercy Park East restored by CTA Architects were both completed with the assistance of Boston Valley’s restoration expertise.  The New York Landmarks […]

Gargoyles of Gramercy Park Scanned in 3D

Along with the blocks of the historic facade on 36 Gramercy Park sits a series of gargoyles that are being restored. On site, the surveyors used photogrammetry  to measure and scan much of the existing facade. This proved to be a successful test for future building analysis and documentation. The more complex and custom blocks (much […]

3D Modeling For The Terra Cotta Blocks @ 36 Gramercy Park

Shortly after the completion of the site survey things are off to a great start on the 36 Gramercy Park project here at Boston Valley. As samples come in, the team gets busy measuring, scanning and creating shop drawings for the new blocks that will adorn the complex facade of 36 Gramercy Park.

Boston Valley Uses Photogrammetry on 36 Gramercy Park

Boston Valley Terra Cotta begins work on the historic 36 Gramercy Park. 36 Gramercy Park is a unique residential building that overlooks New York’s most famous private park. Designed by James Reily Gordon and building between 1908 and 1910, 36 Gramercy Park  features a hand crafted white glazed terra cotta facade that brightens the surrounding […]