Window and Door Projects in The Tristate’s
This landmark and historical building constructed in 1885, is an example of Romanesque Revival architecture, designed by Albert & Herman Wagner. Shakespeare’s character from “A Midsummer’s Night Dream”, a plump impish figure cast in 6-feet of gold stares down over the main entrance of Puck Building in Lower Manhattan. He is a reminder to all who pass through its doors or admire the gorgeous design, of the building’s rich history.
The project was a historical / adaptive reuse renovation of this 8-story printing & print related firms who called the building home for their firm now turned into luxury condominiums. We supplied and installed windows on floors 5 through 9, consisting of (115) Architectural Double Hung Windows with Arched Top, (53) Architectural Windows with Eyebrow Top and (164) Architectural Side-load Double Hung windows.