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Port Chester, NY (PRWEB) June 10, 2006 -

The restoration team for the landmark 90 West Street building in New York City has been named recipient of the Preservation League of New York States Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation for its reconstruction work at 90 West Street in New York City. Seaboard Weatherproofing and Restoration and other team members were formally recognized at its Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 18, at the Princeton Club of New York.

The Gothic landmark at 90 West Street, formerly known as the Coal & Iron Building, was designed by Cass Gilbert, who completed the building in 1907 and used it as a prototype for his taller and more famous Woolworth Building. The 24-story buildings exterior sustained severe damage to its terra-cotta fa

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