155 Mercer Street, New York, NY

  1854 as a Fireman’s Hall for the City of New York’s Volunteer Fire Department

1854 as a Fireman’s Hall for the City of New York’s Volunteer Fire Department

The building is a free-standing structure with an ornate brownstone street façade located in the Soho-Cast Iron Historic District. 155 Mercer Street was constructed in 1854 as a Fireman’s Hall for the City of New York’s Volunteer Fire Department and subsequently was converted to a dance and performance space. PKSB has spearheaded the restoration of the historic street façade and conversion of the building to accommodate a new commercial use. PKSB was also retained as the architect for the building’s tenant, Dolce & Gabanna to execute the company’s flagship store scheduled to be completed by the summer of 2017.

  Before

Before

  Artsist Rendering of Proposed Design

Artsist Rendering of Proposed Design

  After

After