NewYork-Presbyterian finishes $4.6M single-floor rehab of Washington Heights hospital

NewYork-Presbyterian, on July 6, completed a $4.6 million rehab of one floor of the Milstein Hospital Building at 177 Fort Washington Avenue in Washington Heights.

The plans, pre-filed on December 10, 2018, call for a rehab of the fifth floor of the 156-foot tall, 10-story, building. The plans were permitted the following month, on January 22, 2019.

The project is described in the filings as: modification to interior partitions and finishes on partial fifth floor, garden north and public corridors, to accommodate the Milstein bed unit enhancement in the existing hospital building as per plans filed herewith only. No change to use, egress, or occupancy. The initial cost as reported in the DOB filing for the work described in this permit application is $4,567,420.

Last week, on July 2, Columbia University filed a permit application for a $1.1 million rehab of the eighth floor of the Columbia University Medical Center in the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital at 622 West 168th Street, directly across the street.

Direct link to Acris document.LINK

Direct link to DOB document.LINK

Share this article