Originally designed by Theobald Englehardt, the once roller skating rink and Palace Hall at 87-89 Grand St has now been converted into a four story 5,000 square foot red bricked wonder. The unique curved facade building will feature a retail storefront, two car garage, duplex apartment on the 2nd and 3rd floors and an additional two apartments on the 4th floor. The industrial steel and red brick aesthetics provide the regularity that Williamsburg has come to be known for, however Morris Adjmi Architects have made this building stand out above the rest.
Morris Adjmi Architects
Glass Information Guardian Industries Glass 1-1/8" double pane insulating glass Low iron for optimal clarity Low E coating for increase energy efficiency Acid etched glass at Garage Door and Residential Storefront Minimum 28 OITC sound rating
Product Information Steel+ Thermally Broken Steel S+1000 Fixed Windows S+3600 Awning Windows S+4000 Inswing Doors S+5000 Outswing Doors S+9200 Custom Garage Door Custom Rear Facade Metal Spandrel Panels Retail and Residential Storefront Entry Opening sizes up to 20 feet wide Opening sizes up to 12 feet tall Powdercoat Finish in Standard RAL Color Sloped Shaped Glazing Beads Dark Bronze Hardware Finish Multipoint locking hardware on all operable units Stainless Steel Top/Bottom Drop Bolts with Activator on Inactive Leafs Roto Crank Hardware for Awning Windows Thermally-Broken Steel Structural Mullions Concealed Stay Arms (90° stop) Fixed Frame Insect Screens on Awnings Windows Oval Escutcheons for Handle and Key Cylinder Thermally Broken Aluminum Threshold at 2nd-4th Floor Doors ADA Aluminum Threshold at Retail and Residential Storefront