Completed in 1927 and designed by H. Craig Severance in the Neo-Romanesque style, the thirty-six-story Montague-Court Building was the newest tallest building in Brooklyn at the time of its completion.  This early skyscraper features set-back massing, decorative brick spandrels, intricately patterned terra cotta cornices above each setback, and ornamental metal spandrels at its four-story base.  

CANY provided investigation, design, and construction administration services for ongoing FISP repairs.