Community Synagogue, New York, NY
Li/Saltzman is the Preservation Architect for the restoration of the roof, pediments and cornices at the Community Synagogue. The Neo-classical brick and wood building was built in 1848 as St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, but has served as a synagogue since 1940. The building is a National Register listed property and an individually designated NYC landmark. Read more
Sunset Lodge, Queens, NY
Li/Saltzman Architects is the Preservation Consultant for the Sunset Lodge, a 19th Century Shingle Style house located within Bayswater Point State Park. The building, considered eligible for the National Register of Historic Places, is currently vacant. A study is being conducted to determine potential new uses for the structure. Read more
Brown Memorial Baptist Church Stained Glass, Brooklyn, NY
Li/Saltzman is the Preservation Architect for the restoration of the Roberts Memorial stained glass window at the Church. In 2012, the Church received a grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and American Express for the restoration of the 1891 window, designed by Tiffany Studios and named “The Pilgrims”. Read more
WEST POINT FOUNDRY PRESERVE, Cold Spring, NY
Li/Saltzman is the Preservation Architect for Phase 2 of the West Point Foundry Preserve stabilization/restoration program. This phase includes the restoration of the cupola and tower of the 1865 office building; and additional stabilization of historic industrial features throughout the natural preserve. Read more
GIBNEY DANCE, New York, NY
Li/Saltzman is the Architect for the renovation of a 20,000 square foot theater/studio space at 280 Broadway, a National Historic Landmark and individually designated NYC landmark. The space is being transformed into a performing arts center for Gibney Dance. Read more
HENRY STREET SETTLEMENT, New York, NY
Li/Saltzman is the Architect for the restoration/renovation of 263, 265, and 267 Henry Street for the Henry Street Settlement. The three original Federal style rowhouses provide office space for the not-for-profit organization. The site is a National Historic Landmark and an individually designated city landmark. Read more
HIGH BRIDGE, Bronx and New York, NY
Li/Saltzman is the Architect for the rehabilitation of High Bridge, a National Historic and a NYC Landmark. High Bridge, first opened in 1848 to bring Croton water to NYC, is modeled on ancient Roman aqueducts. Its rehabilitation as a pedestrian and bicycle facility will complete a major link in a 350 mile greenway system in NYC. Read more
Columbia University ADA Study, New York, NY
Li/Saltzman Architects was retained by Columbia University in 2008 to undertake a Barrier-Free Entry Access Study of six academic and administrative buildings on the Morningside Height campus.  LSA is currently designing a ramp, with minimal impact on historic fabric, to be used as a prototype for barrier-free access to the McKim, Mead & White buildings. Read more
Henry Street Settlement
HENRY STREET SETTLEMENT, New York, NY
Li/Saltzman is the Architect for the restoration of the roof and dormers of an 1829 Federal style rowhouse at 281 East Broadway, an individually designated New York City landmark. The building is occupied by the Henry Street Settlement, an organization which has served the Lower East Side community for 120 years. Read more
Andrew Freedman Home, Bronx, NY
Li/Saltzman Architects is working with The Mid Bronx Senior Citizen Council to assist in the restoration and adaptive use of this individually designated landmark in the Grand Concourse Historic District. LSA is also assisting in the development of the site with new middle income housing appropriate to the historic property. Read more