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Glenridge Mews is a 65 unit condominium located in Ridgewood, Queens, New York. It was developed on the site of the former Dietz Coal Yard. Approximately half of the existing buildings have been retained and altered into duplex apartments with exciting living spaces. The remainder are in new buildings which were designed to replace the original coal silos which were demolished, and as contextual infill along Fresh Pond Road. Portions of the existing buildings were demolished in order to create the "mews". The skeletal remains of old masonry walls define areas within the mews. Many of the ground floor apartments have gardens. In 1990, ARCT received First Prize For Excellence in Design from Borough of Queens Chamber of Commerce. The project also received a Building Award from the Queens County Builders and Contractors Association the same year.

Glenridge Mews

Ridgwood, New York

The adaptive reuse of a former coalyard and warehouse facility into 65 residential apartments.

Awards: First Prize For Excellence in Design from Borough of Queens Chamber of Commerce, Building Award from the Queens County Builders and Contractors






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