Designed byWalker & Morris in 1909, the Battery Maritime Building is a 140,000 square foot architectural marvel. This Beaux Arts building was constructed in 1909 with nearly 8,800 elements of cast iron, riveted steel plates, copper ornamentation, ceramic tile, stucco paneled walls and a copper mansard roof.
Allen Architectural Metals entered into one of the largest restoration projects in the history of New York City with the restoration of this landmark building. The restoration and replication of the cast iron façade and railings for this building took almost 3 years to complete starting in 2003 and ending in 2006. The Battery Maritime Building continues to be one of the largest and most challenging projects to date.