Tribeca is home to some of the city’s oldest cast iron buildings. Most of which were built during a period of urban renewal in the 1850s. The cast iron façade on 72 Reade Street dates back to 1857. It features slender iron columns and decorative ironwork common to the period. Open Architectural Windows and Doors worked with GRO Architects to restore this landmark building by providing new windows, doors, and a storefront which meticulously matched the era-specific designs. The wooden windows and doors and were designed in accordance with landmark-specific designation. We provided modern steel windows and doors for the non-landmarked facades.