Formerly the Bowery Savings Bank Building, designed by York & Sawyer Architects, 110 East 42nd Street is an 18-story steel-framed tower constructed from 1921-23.  A six-story addition was erected in 1931-33 to the east of the banking room entrance.  This through-block site features sandstone, granite, and marble exteriors, and carved stonework at its monumental arch entrance.  Project scopes have included a landmark façade restoration program, roof replacement, window replacement, and FISP Investigation and repairs.