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      April 21, 2020

      This Day in History: April 21—NYU Chartered

      Photo: Wikimedia / Highlight Gal

       

      On this day in 1831, New York University (NYU) received its charter from the New York State Legislature and was incorporated as the University of the City of New York. Now a world-class institution with many notable alumni, NYU’s main campus in Manhattan comprises more than 5 million square feet of space in buildings dating from 1835 to today. SUPERSTRUCTURES has a long-standing relationship with the University, executing several projects since our first in 1996.

      SUPERSTRUCTURES’ work for NYU runs the gamut from a challenging roof restoration on the Silver Center—the original building in the University’s main campus—to a restoration and facade cleaning of Philip Johnson’s red sandstone-clad Bobst Library. We have also restored numerous sidewalk vaults on the NYU campus, and conducted a comprehensive restoration of 404 Fitness, the University’s fitness center in conjoined buildings at 404 Lafayette / 708 Broadway. The firm looks forward to future projects that help preserve and restore the facilities of this iconic New York center of higher education.

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