#TerraCottaNYC Midtown Walking Tour

Today, tackle some tall structures soon to be accentuated by terra cotta in Midtown. If you’re coming from the Javits Convention Center, you can easily hop on public transportation to head down West 42nd Street to get closer to the start of this walking tour.

#TerraCottaNYC Chelsea Walking Tour

Take a walking tour of Chelsea to see some completed Boston Valley facades and ones that are currently in progress. Take a break from the AIA and step out onto the High Line.

#TerraCottaNYC NoHo Walking Tour

Boston Valley has been working alongside architects, building owners, & contractors to manufacture architectural terra cotta for 21st-century construction. All around NYC you can see projects that have already been completed, or ones that are currently in progress.

39–41 West 23rd in NYC Features a Bright White & Metallic Brown Glaze Combination

39–41 West 23rd Street is a new building that is currently under construction in New York City. Located the historic Flat Iron District of Manhattan, Boston Valley Terra Cotta has been manufacturing the units for the building's terra cotta facade.

Dry Fit Inspection for Chicago's 168 North Michigan Avenue

The production of the new terra cotta facade for 168 North Michigan is currently in progress at Boston Valley Terra Cotta. Masonry units have been extruded, glazed, and fired and they are now being tested through our extensive QA/QC process.

Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences wins an Excelsior Award for Public Architecture

The new home of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo has won an Excelsior Award for public architecture in the category of New Construction from the American Institute of Architects New York State.
Irvington Town Hall Theater, Irvington, NY, Boston Valley Terra Cotta, Slip Casting, Architectural Terra Cotta, Restoration, Masonry

Terra Cotta Facade at Irvington Town Hall Undergoes Architectural Restoration

Irvington Town Hall, build in 1903, is undergoing minor architectural restoration to its exterior facade by Boston Valley Terra Cotta. This building remained unused for twenty years until it re-opened in 1980.