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Thank you all for showing up to this year's New York Build Expo! This very special event is the leading construction and design event for New York and we had two amazing days during the event. 

Besides offering an exciting and well structured program, the NY Build 2017 offered an extraordinary space where contractors, developers, manufacturers, government and architects can gather and get a snapshot of current events and hot topics in engineering, construction, development, architecture and city agencies that operate in NYC. We took some time to sit in some of the workshop classes and the topics were very interesting. It was certainly also an opportunity to take a glimpse into the future of modern city development strategies. 
We hope you had as much fun as we did, even though the weather didn't show its friendliest side. We will be back next year and hope to see you there again!

Caoba's History in New York

Caoba’s capability to reproduce products for landmark structures is a preferred specialty. As a nationally recognized Historical Reproduction specialist and a professional member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Arts, we take great pride in meeting the needs of any architects' vision. Our ability to authentically replicate historical styles meets the high standards of NY's Landmarks Preservation Comission (LPC).

Every landmark structure, whether it is an individual landmark or a building in a historic district, is protected under the Landmarks Law and subject to review procedures. Caoba Doors has consistently obtained approval of the LPC to install our products on several Landmark Restorations.

Here are three projects that show our products implemented in iconic landmark sites of New York.

443 Greenwich in Tribeca

Originally built in 1884 as a book bindery, CetraRuddy Architects took on the job of restoring and adapting 443 Greenwich into 53 unique und luxurious residences.

East 94 Street, Carnegie Hill

This remarkable project located in Carnegie Hill comprises the horizontal and vertical expansion of two existing buildings at 4-8 East 94th Street in the Upper East Side Historic District. The architect for this project was Stephen Byrns from BKSK.

The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel

Meet The Beekman, one of Manhattan’s first skyscrapers and an early example of the use of brick and terra cotta for an office building. The restoration of the building was lead by Gerner Kronick + Valcarcel, Architects. The window replacement consultant for this building was Israel Berger + Associates. and the owner of the project was GFI Capital.
Please contact us for more information on our wide array of offerings including Weights & Chains Double Hung Windows  and our Steel-Look Seamless Aluminum Clad. Let us be your choice for any Landmark restoration project you have.

The projects presented here are only one example of the wide range of products we offer and our ability to meet any design expectations you should have. Only the highest quality raw materials and components are carefully selected and we manufacture them with state of the art machinery and old-world craftsmanship. Find out how we can help you Realize Your Vision!
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Caoba Doors is certified by Rainforest Alliance against the FSC™ Standards and is a professional member of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Arts
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