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The Heritage’s Re-Cladding Progresses at 1295 Fifth Avenue in East Harlem, Manhattan

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Renovations are underway at The Heritage, a three-unit apartment complex at 1295 Fifth Avenue. east harlem, Manhattan. Designed by Gruzen & Partners and originally completed in 1974, the development, now owned by L+M Fund Management and Invesco Real Estate, consists of two identical 35-story towers and a shorter 12-story tower. The structure consists of a total of 600 total rentals. apartment. The current project involves replacing the building’s brick façade with a new Exterior Insulated Finishing System (EIFS) provided by Storage Corporation. L+M Builders The general contractor, King Contracting Group, was responsible for installing the façade of the property, which is bounded by East 111th Street to the north, Tito Puente Way to the south, and Madison Avenue, Fifth Avenue and Frawley Circle to the east. Central Park to the west.

Recent photos show the main faces of the two tall towers being gradually finished with a new gray paneling system. Suspended scaffolds are hanging at various locations outside the building, and workers are preparing the envelope surfaces. Much of the remaining work is centered on the trapezoidal cutout where the stacked terraces are located. His new EIFS of approximately 200,000 square feet will cover his two towers.

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

Work has yet to begin on its 12-story sibling, which will receive the same treatment at the nearly 60,000-square-foot EIFS in the near future. Wraparound sidewalk scaffolding covers his first floor in preparation for the start of the renovation.

heritage.Photo by Michael Young

Residential amenities include a 24-hour doorman, outdoor garden space, on-site parking, and a shared laundry room. The closest subways to the property are Line 6 at the 110th Street Station on Madison Avenue, and Lines 2 and 3 at the Central Park North – 110th Street Station on Malcolm X Boulevard.

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