Wilson Building

Posen Architects designed an award-winning project for the NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services and Camelot Counseling Centers in Staten Island, NY.  The project manager was The Dormitory of the State of New York. The programmatic goal was to repurpose an historic landmark to provide housing for 45 male residents and administrative offices for the rehabilitation facility’s operations. Constructed in 1917, the 25,000 sf structure is on the New York State Register of Historic Places and is located within the Seaview Hospital Historic District. The project required approval from the NYC Landmarks Commission as well as the NYC Planning Commission. Renovations included new interior finishes, mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems, windows, doors and an elevator, as well as exterior repairs and an expanded parking area.

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