63rd Street

Project Manager/Designer: Robert M. Scarano Jr.

Completion Date: April 2002

Location: Bay Ridge


This self-storage facility project was an addition and alteration of over 150,000 square feet within three stories, mezzanines and a cellar. The structure is a steel frame building, used by both public and retail costumers. For this project local labor, craftsmen and materials were extensively used, creating over twenty permanent jobs and dozens of temporary jobs during construction. Now that it is complete, the building by nature of its use, continues to supply employment opportunities and support for its use surrounding area. The dramatic design of this building monumentally marks a prominent site in the Bay ridge community, helping to stabilize and put into use what was once an unused track of land.