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Enid A. Haupt Conservatory

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DAIRY BARN RESTORATION

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The Dairy was originally built in 1870, and was built to fulfill the dairy needs of the people of the city. It provided a ready-fresh supply of fresh milk to those traveling to the park. Today, the Dairy serves as a general visitor center and provides the public with information on the design of Central Park, current park events, and programs.

Keeping with the original design that is a whimsical combination of architectural steels that has been characterized as Victorian Gothic, EW Howell Construction Group completed the full renovation and restoration of the historic dairy building. Our Dairy Barn restoration included restoring its historic open-air porch; repairing, cleaning, and repointing the exterior masonry; replacing windows and doors, including an accessible entrance door; a new climate control system; and more.

Renovations to the associated utilities shared with the satellite building were also included. The satellite building required modest renovation for the purpose of relocation owner occupancy and retail operations during the restoration of the main building.

LOCATION:

NEW YORK, NY

SECTOR:

ARTS & CULTURE

SIZE:

5,000 SQ FT

SCOPE

5,000 SF Renovation & Restoration

Dairy Barn Restoration Exterior
Dairy Barn Restoration Interior
Central Park Conservancy Dairy Barn

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