6B — March 24 - April 13, 2017 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic

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Six-building, 980-apartment Morningside Gardens co-op complex in West Harlem, NY CTAArchitects, MorningsideHeights Housing Corp., & Brend Renovation complete $10m exterior reno.

ewYork, NY — CTA Architects P.C. has completed the $10 mil- lion exterior renovation of the multi-building, 980-apart- ment Morningside Gardens co-op complex inWest Harlem’s Morningside Heights section of Manhattan. Morningside Heights Housing Corporation (MHHC), which manages the campus of six 21-story resi- dential towers and support fa- cilities, was the client. Brend Renovation served as general contractor. Morningside Gardens encom- passes more than nine acres N

MMHA receives Friend of The Station honor Baltimore, MD — The Baltimore Station, a residential treatment program supporting veterans and others transition- ing from homelessness and addiction to self-sufficiency, has named the Maryland Multi-Housing Association (MMHA) its first-ever “Friend of The Station,” a new honor that recognizes individual do- nors, businesses and other partners that have committed the highest level of financial support. Since 2009, MMHA has donated over $105,000 to The Baltimore Station, and that’s only a recent reflection of the investment they had initi- ated long before then. To become a “Friend of The Station,” donors must pledge a minimum of $2,500 annually, however for its part MMHA has pledged upwards $20,000 in di- rect donations for 2017, putting them in the program’s top tier of giving. In addition, MMHA has also signed on as a sponsor for The Baltimore Station’s two largest fundraising events and will be volunteering at a variety of activities. n The CTA team, which also included senior project man- ager Frank Scanlon, AIA , and designer and construction administrator Ana Ribeiro , designed the repairs program and served as the construction administrator for the project. Goldstein Associates Consult- ing Engineers, DPC (GACE) was the structural engineer. The project repaired 560,000 s/f of façades and 80,500 s/f of roofs. The renovations included repairs to and repointing of the brick façades that addressed spalling and other weather dam- age; replacement and repairs of deteriorated and delaminated metal-clad blue stone window sills; renovations to selective flashings, lintels, and concrete balconies and rails; gutter and scupper drain repairs; water- proofing of roofs, and replace- ment of all roof rails. n Our team’s report also outlined long-term facility maintenance and upgrade needs. CTA, in collaboration withMHHC, then developed the final list of the necessary work that optimized the budget, while addressing the short- and long-term safety and physical plant operational needs,” he added.

and is bordered by Broadway to the west, Amsterdam Ave. to the east, LaSalle St. to the north, and West 123rd St. to the south. “The project began as a reno- vation plan to address the maintenance and repairs rec- ommendations from a previous Façade Inspection & Safety Program (FISP) report, re- quired by the NYC Department of Buildings,” said CTA princi- pal G. Douglas Cutsogeorge, AIA . “While preparing for the renovations, CTA performed a new survey that discovered additional required repairs.

CTAArchitects has completed the $10 million exterior renovation of the six-building, 980-apartment Morningside Gardens co-op complex in West Harlem’s Morningside Heights section of Manhattan.

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