Architectural Design & Adaptive Reuse


The Farley Building was one of the first buildings landmarked under preservation laws created in wake of the destruction of its sister structure, the original Penn Station. New exterior features include street and sidewalk improvements, restoration of the historic building moats, and security enhancements. The Farley Building’s 200,000 square-foot stone façade, 700 windows, copper roof, steel trusses, and many other unique details have been fully restored.


Dear New York, You Deserve the Greatest.