Building of the Day: Lenox Health Greenwich Village
Oct 02, 2018
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2018-10-02 13:00:002018-10-02 14:00:00America/New_YorkBuilding of the Day: Lenox Health Greenwich VillageOriginally designed by Albert Ledner as the headquarters of
Lenox Health Greenwich Village 30 7th Avenue New York NY 10011
Oct 02, 2018
Originally designed by Albert Ledner as the headquarters of the National Maritime Union and district hiring hall for local maritime trades, this 160,000-square-foot facility underwent an adaptive reuse to provide three primary medical services: the first freestanding, 24-hour emergency department in the New York metropolitan area; a full-service imaging center featuring digital x-ray, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and ultrasound; and a specialized ambulatory surgery facility focusing on interventional treatments for the sick and elderly. The interior reflects the underlying themes of the original program and design: the sea, ships, and circular shapes.
Original Architect: Albert Ledner, 1964 Renovation Architect: Perkins Eastman, 2015
This tour is co-hosted with DOCOMO/NY-Tristate.
A program of Archtober 2018. See the full events lineup at archtober.org. See all Buildings of the Day here.
There are no refunds for Archtober tours.
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