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The Spence School

Spence School Interior

PROJECT DETAILS

Located at 22 East 91st Street in Manhattan, The Spence School is an all-girls independent school, founded in 1892 by Clara B. Spence. The scope of the project involved interior renovations of the middle and upper schools at 22 East 91st Street and a historic exterior restoration. In addition, comprehensive renovations were made to the adjoining historic landmark property at 17 East 90th Street, converting it from residential to educational use.

LEED GOLD

USGBC LEED Gold EmblemThe Spence School project is LEED Gold certified by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

LOCATION:

NEW YORK, NY

SECTOR:

EDUCATION

SIZE:

46,000 SQ FT

SCOPE

This was a unique project because it had to be completed in multiple phases. The scope for Phases 3 & 4 included work on select floors in the main school at 91st Street (Phase 3) as well as the structural make-ready of the Town House (Phase 4). The connector phase included construction of the glass connector and interior fit-out of same. Phase 5 included the fit-out of the Town House. Phase 6 included renovation of select floors in the main school at 91st Street. Finally, Phase 6 included renovation of select floors in the main school at 91st Street, OSBORNE wing.

Spence School Lobby
Spence School Auditorium
Spence Classroom

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