New York-Prebyterian finishes a $37M rehab to hospital in Lenox Hill

New York-Prebyterian, on April 21, completed a $36.9 million rehab on five floors of a hospital at 1283 York Avenue in Lenox Hill.

The plans call for a renovation on floors 12 through 17 of the 320-foot tall, 17-story, building.

The project is described in the filings as: modify ductwork, plumbing lines and fixtures, sprinkler and standpipe lines and fixtures on floors 12 through 17 to accommodate the women’s hospital in the existing building. (There is no 13th floor therefore floors 13-17 are known as floors 14-18 on site.) Connect to existing systems; all work as per plans filed herewith only. The initial cost as reported in the DOB filing for the work described in this permit application is $36,866,000.

On March 30, New York-Prebyterian completed a $47.8 million renovation on floors 12 through 18 of the hospital.

The building, known as the David H. Koch Center, was completed in May of 2018. The 740,000-square-foot building was created by HOK, Ballinger, and Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. The center, composed of operating suites, radiology procedure rooms, endoscopic procedure rooms, and an operation room, was built with the help of philanthropist David Koch’s $100 million donation.

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